Do Not Sell My Information
The California Consumer Privacy Act requires companies to include certain disclosures including “Do Not Sell My Info” links on their websites and mobile applications.
Advertising & Business Partners
We take partnership with reputable business partners and share information on a need-to-know basis.
Information such as, Calls, SMS, Mail Advertising, and In-Person Solicitation may be required to collect any and all prizes or sweepstakes. Information may be necessary to communicated directly to third-party partners who provide or produce prizes and or sweepstakes.
Information may be needed to collect proof of California residency. This data may include more information than was originally collected or is stored by VacationistUSA.
California’s Consumer Privacy Act
Read more about this law and its impact on the personal data of California residents.
Privacy Settings and Questions
Q: Where can I go to find out more about the CCPA?
Q: How do I disable nonessential cookies?
A: In the lower left corner of the page you will find a box that displays the word Cookies. Clicking on that link will display the ability to disable nonessential cookies.
Q: What does ‘Cal. Civ. Code §1798.135: Do Not Sell My Info’ mean?
If you are a California resident and would like to have your private information removed from the VacationistUSA database please fill out the form below.
Note: The information being collected below will only be used for the request to remove personal data from VacationistUSA, and that further information may be required to prove California residency. Entry of fictitious information, or the use of a third parties information, may not result in the removal of data from VacationistUSA or its parent companies.