Last Modified: July 16, 2010
At Experiences.com we focus on expanding the gift giving industry into more than just a material gift; here we create memories that will last a lifetime. Using various business relationships with different experience gift companies, we offer you a variety of experience gifts. We hope you share your experiences and memories with us
CEO, Jeff Libert
Personal Information gathered from Experiences.com
The information Experiences.com collects from clients helps us personalize and enhance your shopping experience. The following are types of information we collect.
Information You Provide Us: At Experiences.com any information you directly provide us with on our website will be stored. If you choose not to provide certain information, you might not be able to take advantage of many of our features that will optimize your gift giving experience. Information you provide us will be used for purposes such as responding to your requests, customizing future shopping experiences, improving our supply of gifts, and communicating with you about your needs.
Other Information gathered from Experiences.com
At Experiences.com third-party advertising companies are used to serve ads when you visit our website. These companies may collect information about your visits to our website, and our affiliates, in order to provide advertisements that relate to your interests. It is your complete discretion as to how much information these sources gain. Alterations can be made in your web browser in order to disable cookies and other tracking devices that allow us to provide you with more pertinent information.
Web Beacon: A web beacon is an electronic image in a web page, usually consisting of a single-pixel which allows our website to analyze user traffic. The information gathered from Web Beacons is assembled in a file and then formatted into a chart and set of reports. Web beacons provide us with greater accuracy on the information you are searching for, thereby allowing us to provide you the direct services you are looking for.
Links: We may format our links in a manner that enables us to keep track of whether these links have been followed. We use this information to improve the quality of your search, customize the content, and improved advertising.
Log Files: Log files are not associated with your personally identifiable information. However, we use log files (IP addresses) to record information that allows us to analyze trends, tract user’s interests, and gather demographic information of our users.
E-mail: While experiences.com does not currently have an email option, at such point when an email option is given, you will be able to enter this information in order to receive updates on experiences offered on our site throughout the gift giving seasons.
Information Sharing to Third Parties
Affiliated Business Transactions: In our business of selling experience gifts we work closely with affiliated businesses. In some of our offers, businesses sell experience gifts directly through our website. In other cases, Experiences.com works together with retailers in a joint transaction to sell gifts. In these third party transactions, made off of our website, your information related to those transactions will be shared with the third party. The information you share with our affiliates in related business transactions can only occur with your consent when purchasing a gift.
Third-Party Providers: When you purchase an experience gift, other companies and individuals will deliver your good or service. This includes fulfilling orders, delivering packages, processing credit card payments, and providing customer service. These third parties only become involved when you purchase an experience gift, and only gain access to your personal information in order to carry out the functions in order to deliver your gift.
Business Transfers: As Experiences.com continues to expand our business, we might sell or buy related businesses. In such transactions, customer information generally is one of the transferred assets but remains subject to the promises made in this Privacy Notice.
Protection of Experiences.com and Users: We may release account and other personal information when we believe release is appropriate to comply with the law, or to protect the rights, property, or safety of Experiences.com, our users, or others. These acts will only be undergone to protect the company and you as an individual when the law becomes involved. Experiences.com will not sell, rent, share, or otherwise disclose personally identifiable information of our users for commercial purposes.
There is no age restriction for using the Experiences.com website. Our business does not sell products for purchase to individuals under the age of 18. We are not responsible for any transactions that take place once you are directed to another website through our links. In order to purchase an experience gift the user must be the appropriate age to own a credit/debit card.
Updating your Personal Information
When you add personal information to the Experiences website, we offer different methods that allow you to access, correct, or delete your personal information. However, when you have placed a gift order with an affiliate company, you can only update this information via the website on which you placed the order. If you have any difficulties changing your information updated specifically to the Experiences website, please contact our web administrator.
Our business uses multiple security precautions in order to protect the loss, misuse, or alteration of our customer’s information. We use the best internal controls in order to protect the storage and processing of your information. In addition to up to date software protection, we also use multiple physical security measures to guard against unauthorized access to locations where we store personal information.
We operate on a “need to know basis,” only allowing Experiences.com employees to access personal information when needed to complete a business transaction. Only certified employees can access personal information during these transactions. These employees are bound by confidentiality obligations and may be subject to termination and criminal prosecution if they fail to meet these obligations.
VP, Kelsey Libert