AncientDestinations.com strives to maintain the highest standards of decency, fairness and integrity in all our operations. Likewise, we are dedicated to protecting our customers’, consumers’ and online visitors’ privacy on this website.
AncientDestinations.com assures you that there will be no illegal or inappropriate usage of personal information. AncientDestinations.com assures you there will be no illegal or inappropriate usage of cookies. AncientDestinations.com collects personally identifiable information from visitors to this website only on a voluntary basis. Personal information collected on a voluntary basis may include your name, birth date, postal address, email address, company name and/or telephone number.
This information is collected if you request information from this blog, participate in a contest or sweepstakes, sign up to our website and/or join an email list, email newsletters or request some other service or information from this website. The information collected is internally reviewed, used to improve the content of this website, notify visitors of updates, and/or respond to visitor inquiries. Once information is reviewed, it is discarded or stored in our files. If we make material changes in the collection of personally identifiable information we will inform you by placing a notice on this website. Personal information received from any visitor will be used only for internal purposes and will not be sold or provided to third parties.
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