Information Collection and Sharing:
In some cases, we collect information about individuals. We collect and hold personal information such as names, addresses, e-mail addresses and phone numbers. If customers choose to purchaseOmong’we services through online, we collect credit card details and other identifying information in order to process orders and provide customer service. Generally, we collect information for following reasons
- Obtaining and responding to feedback from travellers
- Allowing people to share their experiences with fellow travellers through our blog
- Sending newsletters and promotional emails to travellers who have consented to them
- Processing purchase orders and providing technical support
We may share personal information among Omong’we personnel for the purpose of putting together Omong’we products and servicesand, when relevant, to our business partners who assist us in providing these products and services, or to successors in title to our business. By giving us personal information through Omong’we website or communicating with us, you acknowledge and agree to our use of your data on a global basis. If you have any concern about this, please let us know.
User has a right to access the personal information that is being held by Omong’we. For some Omong’we services, you can access your registration and keep your personal information up to date online. If you have any questions about your personal information, please contact us through firstname.lastname@example.org or by writing to Omong’we Travel & Tours, P.O. Box 8048, Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania.
We encourage clients to provide feedback to us as it helps us to improve our services. By submitting feedback, you may be supplying Omong’we with your personal information. We might edit, reproduce or incorporate your comments in other Omong’we products such as newsletters, guidebooks, website and digital products, so let us know if you don’t want your comment reproduced or your name acknowledged. If you are giving feedback within our online communities, please respect the privacy of others.