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Florida Freewheelers, Inc. Privacy Policy

This privacy policy ("policy") will help you understand how Florida Freewheelers, Inc. uses and protects the data you provide to us when you visit and use www.floridafreewheelers.com.

We reserve the right to change this policy at any given time, of which you will be promptly updated. If you want to make sure that you are up to date with the latest changes, we advise you to frequently visit this page.

What User Data We Collect

When you visit the website, we may collect the following data:

  • Your IP address.

  • Your contact information provided when you joined the club.

  • Other information such as interests and preferences.

Why We Collect Your Data

We are collecting your data for several reasons:

  • To better understand your needs.

  • To improve our services and products.

  • To send you promotional emails containing the information we think you will find interesting.

  • To contact you to fill out surveys and participate in other types of market research.


Safeguarding and Securing the Data

Florida Freewheelers, Inc. is committed to securing your data and keeping it confidential. Florida Freewheelers, Inc. has done all in its power to prevent data theft, unauthorized access, and disclosure by implementing the latest technologies and software, which help us safeguard all the information we collect online.

Safeguarding and Securing Credit Card Data

Florida Freewheelers, Inc. Does NOT store or collect your complete credit card information except for the non-critical parts. Card name, expiration date, and last 4 digits of your card. This information cannot be used in any way and we follow the current PCI rules regarding this data. We use a 3rd party credit card processing company (Converge Inc.) Your details are processed on their website. We never have access to your full credit card details. You may visit their website for details. They are a full PCI compliant company.

Our Cookie Policy

Once you agree to allow our website to use cookies, you also agree to use the data it collects regarding your online behavior (analyze web traffic, web pages you spend the most time on, and websites you visit).

The data we collect by using cookies is used to customize our website to your needs. After we use the data for statistical analysis, the data is completely removed from our systems.

Please note that cookies don't allow us to gain control of your computer in any way. They are strictly used to monitor which pages you find useful and which you do not so that we can provide a better experience for you.

If you want to disable cookies, you can do it by accessing the settings of your internet browser.

Links to Other Websites

Our website contains links that lead to other websites. If you click on these links Florida Freewheelers, Inc. is not held responsible for your data and privacy protection. Visiting those websites is not governed by this privacy policy agreement. Make sure to read the privacy policy documentation of the website you go to from our website.

Your Personal Data

Florida Freewheelers, Inc. will not lease, sell or distribute your personal information to any third parties, unless we have your permission. We might do so if the law forces us. Your personal information will be used when we need to send you promotional materials if you agree to this privacy policy.


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