Business World Travel ensures that the privacy of its clients, employees and other individuals who are being served by BWT or providing services to BWT, is fully protected. We are committed to safeguarding any personal information that is collected in the course of our services. Personal Information is any information that may be used to identify an individual or through which an individual’s identity can be deduced.
This Policy is subject to change and any changes or amendments will be updated on this page.
Business World Travel is responsible for protecting and maintaining the personal information under its control.
Business World Travel provides several travel services including discounted fares. In order to successfully provide such services, establish client records, maintain mailing lists, identify any fraud or errors, administrative purposes, internal accounting and to meet the legal and regulatory requirements we need the information provided by our clients.
If the information is collected, used (and or disclosed), prior consent of the concerned individual will be sought. Without their knowledge, Business World Travel will not use their personal information except in certain circumstances which are as follows. In the event of an emergency where the health, security or life of an individual is threatened, information may be collected, used or disclosed without knowledge or consent of an individual.
Also Business World Travel may disclose personal information without knowledge or consent to a lawyer or any other advisor who represents BWT, to comply with a subpoena, warrant or other court order or in cases which are required or authorized by the law.
When BWT will obtain consent, they will use appropriate efforts in order to ensure that an individual is advised of the purpose for which their information will be used or disclosed. The consent is generally sought at the same time as the information is collected. In some cases, BWT may seek consent to use information after the information has been collected.
In deciding the proper type of assent, Business World Travel will consider the affect-ability of the individual data and the expectations of the individual within a certain degree of sensibility.
Individuals may withdraw consent at any time, provided they act within legal or contractual restrictions and give reasonable notice.
These third parties are required by Business World Travel to safeguard the personal information and are not permitted to use it for any other purpose.
The purposes identified earlier are the only reasons that Business World Travel will collect information for. And this collection shall be done in an open, fair and lawful way. BWT will not use personal information for purposes other than the ones aforementioned, unless it has attained the lawful consent of the person from whom this information was collected. The information is retained in our database only for as long as it is needed and only for purposes we have stated.
If requested, BWT will inform an individual if BWT has information relating to that individual under its care and control. BWT has the right to affirm the identity of the individual who is requesting information before complying with that individual’s request.
BWT uses a secure server when it is collecting personal as well as credit card information. Any information which is entered on our website is encrypted by the secure service layer before being transmitted and sent to BWT. This ensures the collected information does not fall prey to unauthorized access.
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Phone number: (888)210-1236
Third Party Links: BWT also provides links to third party supplier sites. The privacy policies of these linked sites are the responsibility of the linked site and BWT does not have any control or influence over their policies. Please check the policies of each site you visit for specific information. BWT cannot be held liable for damage or misdoings of other sites linked or otherwise.
Note: Business World Travel and BWT are the same entity and both of these have been used interchangeably in the above paragraphs.
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