Privacy Policy

Introduction

At Traipsin’ Global On Wheels LLC, we take your privacy seriously. As such, we will only use your data as outlined in this policy. We reserve the right to change this policy at any time. (Last updated March 10, 2021.)

 

1. Data Collected

​1.1 Standard Use

Whenever you access and browse our website, we collect the following information:

  • Your IP address

  • Your approximate location

  • Which pages on our site you access

  • How long you stay on our website and on any page(s) thereof

1.2 Form Submissions

Additionally, whenever you submit information using our forms, you permit us to collect voluntarily provided information, including:

  • Your first and last name

  • Email address

  • Organization

  • Phone number

  • Any details you choose to disclose on event dates and locations, as well as internship/volunteer start dates and areas of interest, and

  • Any other data entered on forms you submit.

1.3 Online Payment

When you place an order using our shop service, you permit us to collect voluntarily provided information. This includes:

  • Your customer name

  • Email address

  • Phone number

  • Shipping address

  • Billing address (if different from shipping address)

  • Billing name and phone number (if billing address is different from shipping address)

  • Date, time, and content of the order

1.4 Account Creation and Use

When you create an account and/or use our site with an account, you permit us to collect and store additional voluntarily provided data, including:

  • Your first and last name

  • Email address

  • Phone number

  • Login information

  • The date(s) you have previously logged in or used our site

  • Any items included in 1.3

  • Credit card information

  • Any other information you enter or upload, such as a profile image

  • If “Join this site’s community” is checked, you also permit us to collect any public activity performed on our site, such as leaving comments and following other users

    • This activity, in addition to a nickname and profile image, will be visible on our website

  • If you log in with Google or Facebook, you also permit us to collect the name and profile image associated with your Google or Facebook account.

 

2. Use of Data

The data collected by Standard Use of the website (see 1.1) allows us to form aggregated statistics that enable us to improve our services. For example, measuring how long users stay on frequently accessed pages allows us to see if a page could be made clearer in case users spent that time searching for a given element, post, or option, and pages that are rarely or not visited at all can be removed or integrated into another page.

 

The data collected from Form Submissions (see 1.2) allows us to contact you and personalize our responses to your needs. We also reserve the right to send occasional emails about updates on our website and services when you use the Subscribe form, located both on the Subscribe page and on the site footer. These emails will include the option to unsubscribe and the option to update your preferences (i.e. the information entered on the Subscribe form). The information entered on the Subscribe form is automatically shared with MailChimp, which powers our email service; MailChimp’s use of said data is solely governed by the owner of MailChimp (see section 3).

 

The data collected in Online Payment (see 1.3) allows us to manage and track orders, as well as to share this information with any affiliates required for the manufacturing, packing, storage, and shipping of the products ordered as necessary. We may also use this to contact you with confirmation emails and other important messages or updates about your product.

 

The data collected through Account Creation and Use (see 1.4) allows us to enable you and other users to interact. It also enables us to store information that may be entered during purchases, including credit card information and the information described in section 1.3, to give you a faster checkout experience when you are logged in.

 

We will never give, sell, or otherwise distribute your data unless required by law or explicitly stated elsewhere in section 2. In the unlikely event of a record breach, we will notify you by email as soon as we know. We reserve the right to contact you via email in such events, in addition to significant technical errors or similar reports.

 

3. External Websites

Our website includes links to and embedded content from several pages on other websites; however, Traipsin’ Global On Wheels LLC has no authority nor control over these external websites’ collection and use of your data, which are governed by the websites’ owners. For more information, please consult the privacy policies on the given websites.

 

4. Embedded Third-Party Content

Some of our pages use embedded, third-party features, such as YouTube videos viewable from the website. As with links to external websites, Traipsin’ Global On Wheels LLC has no authority nor control over any data collection or use employed by the embedded third-party content’s owners.

 

5. Cookies

This website uses cookies, which reside on your device to identify you to the website. This enables us to analyze your behavior on our website to better fit our product with your needs, and it only collects the data outlined in sections 1.1 and login-related information outlined in section 1.4.

 

6. COPPA

Due to the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998 (COPPA), our website should not be used by, is not intended for, and does not knowing collect data from children under 13. If your child or a child you know under this age has given us his or her personal information without proper consent, contact us via our online form with the subject “COPPA” and we will take all steps needed to ensure that such information is deleted as soon as possible.

 

7. European Union Law

Traipsin' Global On Wheels LLC is based in the United States (US). If anyone residing in the European Union (EU) uses our site (as referenced in section 1), information will be sent from the EU to the US. The EU-US Privacy adequacy decision of 2016 protects EU residents transferring data to the US for commercial purposes. It permits data to be transferred freely to companies certified in the US under the Privacy Shield. By providing the information referenced in section 1, you allow us to store and use this data as outlined in section 2.