Eat Mexico believes firmly in safeguarding our customers’ confidential information. We need personal information from you in order to conduct our tours—but we would never sell, trade or share this information with anyone else. Here is more about the types of information we need from our customers, and what we do with it.
Collection of Information:
As part of our tour reservation process, we ask our clients for personal information including full names, addresses, email addresses, country of origin and hotel information. The information you provide is used by our staff solely to fulfill your specific request. In some cases we may need to share your contact information with a supplier of a service you booked specifically for your tour—for example, a transport service that is conducting a client’s hotel pick-up.
Otherwise, we do not sell, trade or share your personal information with third parties.
To book our tours, we require that customers submit a valid credit card number through our payment processor, Xola. Xola is based in the United States and uses the highest level of online security and encryption to safeguard your personal data.
Eat Mexico hates spam. Even though we’re betting you’ll love our tours, we will not send you marketing emails such as our newsletter or sales alerts, unless you specifically give us permission first. You may unsubscribe from these emails clicking the “unsubscribe” link at the bottom of the email or by contacting .
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Distribution of Information:
In very rare cases, we may share your information with government agencies, if we are required by law. We may also share your information with other companies to protect you or us against fraud or unauthorized transactions. This information is not given for marketing purposes.
Eat Mexico’s website occasionally contains links to other sites. We are not responsible for the content or privacy practices of these sites.