Privacy Policy

Round Rock Chamber (“the Chamber”) respects your privacy.

We collect personally identifiable information, such as your name and email address, directly from you when you complete the “Contact Us” form on our website, when you establish an Investor Profile for you or your business through the investor portal. The information you provide us is used to contact you and provide the Chamber products and services to you. Any of this information shared with third parties (like an internet service provider) is to assist us to with providing the Chamber products and services to you and is subject to confidentiality. We do not rent, sell, or lease your information to any third party.

Any information listed on our Business Directory will be done so at your direction and subject to your approval. If you ask us to contact Chamber member on your behalf through the “Learn More” feature of the Business Directory, information you submit as part of that request may be shared with the member you asked us to contact.

If you choose to make a payment through our website. The details containing any electronic payments are securely transmitted from our payment gateway to our credit card processor for the sole purpose of authorizing your transaction so that we may provide our products and services to you as our client. By using the Chamber website, you consent to our use of your information as described in this Privacy Policy (last revised on January 1, 2023). We reserve the right to change our privacy policy at any time without advance notice. Should a new policy go into effect, we will post it on this site, and the revised policy will apply only to information collected thereafter.

Your visit on our site is tracked through a standard web traffic statistics program, which keeps records of traffic on the site. Our server automatically collects data about your server’s Internet address when you visit us. When you request pages from our web site, our servers may log your IP Address.

User information may be disclosed to government authorities or other third parties when required or permitted by law, including, but not limited to, in response to court orders and subpoenas. We also may disclose user information in connection with investigations or when we have reason to believe that someone is causing injury to or interference with our rights or property.