What personal information does ROMP collect?
If you join our organization, you will be required to provide your name, e-mail address, and country. You may also choose to provide us with additional information such as your address, phone number, age, and gender.
In addition, we collect general statistical and demographic information, including times of access, browser types, Internet addresses of referring pages, and pages visited most often. When you visit rompglobal.org we also recognize your domain name (e.g. aol.com or interport.net), but not your e- mail address.
How does ROMP use the information it collects?
ROMP uses the information it collects to improve its services, and rompglobal.org Web site. We also use this information for our own marketing purposes; we send occasional e-mail updates with information about events, news, or website updates. If you do not want to receive e-mails from ROMP, you may opt out when you register or otherwise provide personal information. You may also remove your name from our mailing list by notifying us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ROMP will not sell your personal information to any third party.
ROMP will not reveal to any third party your personal information, except to the extent necessary to comply with applicable laws, police investigations, or in legal proceedings where such information is relevant.
How to update personal information
ROMP reserves the right to update this policy at any time by posting a notice on this site.
ROMP uses PAY-PAL for donations and in turn they use the industry-recognized information technology to protect the security of the information you submit to us. The importance of security for all personally identifiable information associated with our customers is of utmost concern to us.
In order to most efficiently serve you, credit card transactions are handled by Pay-Pal. They receive the information they need to verify and authorize your credit card donation. When collecting credit card information for online donations, they offer secured-server transactions that encrypt your information in transit to thwart someone from intercepting it and misusing it.