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Farebarber ("Farebarber", "Company," "Us" or "We") values your privacy and is committed to preserving it by adhering to this policy. This Privacy Notice and Policy (hereinafter the "Policy") describes the categories of information we may gather from you or that you may provide when you visit or use, the Company's mobile website, or use any content, functionality, or services provided on or through the website (hereinafter the "Website"), as well as our procedures.

This Policy applies to information we collect:

When you interact with our advertising and applications that are made available on third-party websites and services, provided that those applications or advertising contain links to this Policy. When you visit the Website, App, and/or use our online services.

This Policy does not apply to information collected by:

Us offline or through other channels, such as on any other website run by the Company or a third party; or anyone else, such as through any software or information (including advertising) that might link to, be accessed from, or be present on the Website.

Please carefully read this Policy to comprehend our rules, procedures, and how we will handle your information. (See "Changes to Our Privacy Policy") This policy could be altered from time to time. For updates, please frequently review the Policy.

Children Under the Age of 13

Children under the age of 13 are not intended for, specifically targeted towards, or intended for usage on our website. We do not knowingly or purposefully gather personal data from children under 13 years old. Do not register on the website, make any purchases via the website or app, use any interactive or public comment features of this website, or use any screen name or user name you may use if you are under the age of 13. Also, do not use any of the interactive or public comment features of this website or send any information about yourself to us if you are under the age of 13. 

When we discover that we have unknowingly gathered or obtained information about a person from an individual under 13 without verifying parental agreement, we will destroy such data. Please email if you suspect we may have any kind of data from or about a kid under the age of 13.


Users of our website provide us with a variety of information, including:

  • Details that can be used to identify you personally, such as your name, home address, mailing address, email address, phone number, credit card number, or other payment information, or any other identifier that can be used to contact you both online and off ("personal information");
  • Details regarding you but not personally identifying you;
  • Data regarding your internet service provider and IP address, the devices you use to access our website, the kind and language of your browser, the dates and times you accessed it, the websites that referred you, and other usage information;
  • Categories of personal data listed in subdivision (e) of Section 1798.80 of the California Civil Code, including name, physical attributes or description, address, telephone number, and medical or health insurance information;
  • Age, sex, gender, marital status, medical condition, and disability information are examples of protected classes under state or federal law;
  • Your username, password, location, zip code, mailing address, email address, driver's license number, passport number, or other government-issued identification number, date of birth, gender, arrival and departure times, airline, hotel, or car rental loyalty program number, and other travel-related information are examples of information you provide on our website to help you make travel arrangements for yourself or another person.
  • Financial data, including the projected travel budget; We gather this data to:

Directly from you when you provide it to us;

  • As you go about the website automatically. Usage information, IP addresses, operating systems, browsers, and data obtained from cookies (small text files stored in a user's web browser), web beacons (electronic images that permit us to count users who have accessed specific content including certain cookies), and other tracking technologies are just a few examples of the types of information that may be automatically collected;
  • From outside sources, iot can be our commercial partners;
  • Any third-party social media platforms that you may use to engage with our website or that permit you to share information, such as Google, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.;
  • We may receive information from unrelated parties, including affiliates, ad networks, analytics firms, and other third parties, in order to better understand you and provide you content that may be of interest to you. Information That You Give Us. 

Information You Provide to Us

The data we gather on or through our website might comprise:

  • Details that you enter into forms on our website. Included in this is information you give us when you sign up to use our website, subscribe to our service, post content, or ask for more services. When you report an issue with our website, we could additionally ask you for information.
  • If you contact us, we may keep copies of and records of your correspondence, including email addresses.
  • Your answers to surveys we may ask you to complete for study.
  • Information about the transactions you complete on our website and the fulfillment of your trip arrangements and purchases. Before making a reservation using our website, you might need to supply financial information.
  • You've performed searches on the website.

Additionally, you have the option to provide data that will be printed, shown (hereafter "posted"), or communicated to other website users or other parties (collectively, "User Contributions"). You do so at your own risk while posting, displaying, and sending other users your user contributions. Please be aware that no security measures are flawless or impenetrable, despite the fact that we restrict access to particular pages. Furthermore, you may choose to share your User Contributions with other Website users, but we have no control over their behavior. Therefore, we are unable to and do not promise that no one else will be able to see your User Contributions.

In order for the App to function properly and/or for the other purposes outlined in this Policy, we may collect specific technical information from your device when you download, access, and use the App, depending on the settings and permissions of your device and your decision to participate in particular programs. This information includes:

Usage Details

In particular, when you use and use the App, we may automatically collect some information about your access and use of the App, including traffic statistics, location data, logs, and other communication data, as well as the resources you access and use on or via the App.

Device Information

Your mobile device's unique device identifier, IP address, operating system, browser type, and version, as well as information about the mobile network and the device's phone number are all pieces of information that we may get about your mobile device and internet connection.

Do not download the App or remove it from your device if you do not want us to collect this information. See "Choices About How We Use and Disclose Your Information," below, for more details.

Information We Collect Through Automatic Data Collection Technologies

We may employ automatic data collecting technologies to gather some details about your computer, your browsing habits, and other information as you move about and interact with our website, such as:

  • Information about your visits to our website, including traffic information, geographic location information, logs, other communication information, and the resources you access and utilize there.
  • Your IP address, operating system, and browser type are just a few examples of the data we collect about your computer and internet connection.
  • Data or files that have been uploaded to our Services, as well as information about how you use our Services and engage with our ads. Button clicks, mouse movements, keystrokes, page views, access times, web beacons, and cookie or pixel tag data are some examples of the types of information that may be included in this. For more details on cookies, pixel tags, web beacons, and analytical tools, see the section below.

As part of behavioral monitoring, we may also use these technologies to gather data about your online actions over time and across different third-party websites or other online services. Statistical data that we gather automatically may contain personal information, but we may also keep it or link it to personal information that we obtain from other sources or that we independently collect. In order to monitor and analyze site activity, we may work with third-party providers, such as Hotjar, Google Analytics, and MixPanel. It enables us to, among other things, better manage our Website and provide a more individualized level of service.

  • Search more quickly, and Determine the size and usage trends of our audience.
  • You when you come back to our website, and Collecting information about your preferences enables us to tailor our website to your unique interests.

Cookies and other similar technology may be used by us to gather data automatically. When you visit the majority of websites, little text files called cookies are transmitted to your computer or mobile device. Cookies can either be temporary or persistent. Session cookies, which expire at the end of each session, allow websites to identify and connect a user's actions during a browsing session. We can recognize you as a previous user thanks to persistent cookies, which are kept on your computer or device until they expire or are removed.

You can regulate cookies by configuring or changing your web browser's options to accept or reject them whenever you please, but doing so may limit your ability to use some features and functions on our website. For our site to work as intended, some cookies are "essential" or required. You must have access to your account and the ability to manage your reservations in order to enjoy some of our site's features. Essential cookies cannot be rejected or disallowed.

We may use one or more of the following technologies for this automatic data collection:

Cookies (or browser or mobile cookies)

Cookie means a little file that is stored on your computer's hard drive. By turning on the corresponding setting in your browser, you can refuse to accept browser cookies. But if you choose this option, you might not be able to access all of our websites. When you point your browser to our website, our system will issue cookies unless you've changed the settings in your browser to make it refuse them.

Flash Cookies

In order to gather and store data about your preferences and usage of our website, some features may employ local saved objects (or Flash cookies). The same browser settings that control browser cookies do not apply to flash cookies.

Web Beacons

There are small electronic files which are known as web beacons, also known as clear gifs, pixel tags, and single-pixel gifs, are sometimes included in the pages of our website and our emails. Web beacons allow the company, for example, to count users who have accessed those pages or opened an email, as well as for other related website statistics (for instance, tracking the popularity of particular website content and confirming system and server integrity).

Cookies used by us for a several purposes, such as:

  • By providing feedback, you can help us make our website better.
  • Complete transactions and make sure our website functions as planned.
  • Every time you visit our site, remember your choices. Please assist us in understanding the website traffic and performance metrics.
  • Offer you relevant advertising and evaluate the effectiveness of that advertising.
  • It Enables users to access prior site searches that you have already done.
  • Identify any mistakes on our site. Help us safeguard your information and perhaps identify and look into fraudulent or criminal behavior.

Third-Party Use of Cookies and Other Tracking Technologies

Third parties, such as advertisers, ad networks and servers, content providers, analytics firms, payment processors, your mobile device manufacturer, your mobile service provider, and application providers, provide some of the content, applications, and features on the Website, including without limitation advertisements, ticket issuance, and payment processing. These third parties may gather information about you when you use our website using cookies alone or in combination with web beacons or other tracking technologies. Your personal information may be linked to the data they gather, or they may gather data about your online activities over time and across other websites and other online services, including personal data. You might receive behavioral or interest-based advertising or other specialized content as a result of their usage of this information. These third parties' tracking technology and potential applications are not within our control. You should speak with the accountable provider directly if you have any concerns about an advertisement or other targeted content. See "Choices About How We Use and Disclose Your Information" below for details on how to prevent receiving targeted advertising from any sources.

How We Use Your Information

We use information that we collect about you or that you provide to us, including any personal information:

  • To demonstrate to you the contents of our website; To complete your travel bookings, reservations and purchases; to communicate with you on your bookings, reservations, and purchases; and to satisfy any other requests you have for information, goods, or services;
  • To serve any additional function that you specify;
  • To carry out our obligations and enforce our rights resulting from any contracts we may have with you, including for the purpose of processing payments, billing, and collecting payments due under any such contracts;
  • To update our website, mobile application, or any goods or services we offer or deliver through it, and to let you know about changes;
  • Sending you marketing and advertising messages that we create and think could be of interest to you in order to promote our goods and services; and To authenticate you as a user to create, maintain, and update user accounts on our website
  • To make it possible for you to engage with interactive elements on our website;
  • To reply to your inquiries, information requests, and information processing decisions;
  • To get in touch with you and give you information like updates and confirmations of travel reservations;
  • If you provide the information in any other manner we may specify; with your permission, for any other reason.

We could get in touch with you about products and services that might be of interest to you using the information we have about you. Please refer to the section below titled "Choices About How We Use and Disclose Your Information" for information on how to choose not to receive information about products and services.

We might make use of the information we have about you to show adverts to the target markets of our advertisers. The advertiser may presume that you satisfy its target criteria even though we never divulge your personal information for these reasons without your permission if you click on or otherwise interact with an advertisement.


Where permitted by applicable rules and regulations, we may divulge anonymous information about our users and information that does not specifically identify any individual for business purposes without restriction.

In accordance with this Policy, we may release the following personal information that you supply to us or that we collect:

  • To our affiliates, subsidiaries, and other related companies; to contractors, service providers, and other third parties we work with to run our business, but only to the extent necessary for the completion of your trip plans. In order to complete your travel orders, it will typically be required for us to process personal data via a third party, including but not limited to, airlines, hotel vendors, vehicle rental companies, and entrance visa or passport firms;
  • With further outside vendors we cooperate with the course of our company and the rendering of our services to you. This includes, for instance, marketing agencies and/or firms who manage our marketing campaigns, IT developers, service providers, hosting providers, third parties that oversee promotions we may conduct, third party software providers, advertising providers and networks, and site analytics providers.
  • In case of a merger, divestiture, restructuring, reorganization, dissolution, or other sale or transfer of some or all of Company's assets, whether as a going concern or as part of bankruptcy, liquidation, or another similar proceeding, in which personal data held by Company about visitors to our website is among the transferred assets; to a purchaser or other successor;
  • To serve the function for which you are providing it; With your permission, for any other purpose we reveal when you provide the information.

In order to comply with our legal requirements, we might potentially release your personal information:

For the purpose of enforcing or apply the conditions of use and other agreements, including for billing and collection purposes; whenever we in good faith believe openness is required or advisable to protect the security of you or the rights, property, or safety of Company, our customers, or others; To comply with any governmental order, law, or legal process, including to respond to any government or regulatory request. To prevent fraud and lower credit risk, this includes exchanging information with other businesses and organizations.

Choices About How We Use and Disclose Your Information

Considering the personal information you give us, we try to give you options. We have put in place the following controls to give you more power over your information:

Technology for tracking people and advertising. You can instruct your browser to warn you when cookies are being sent, reject all or some browser cookies, or accept just mobile cookies. Visit Adobe's website's Flash player settings to learn how to control your Flash cookie settings. Please be aware that certain portions of this site may not be available or may not operate properly if you disable or reject cookies.

Your Information Being Disclosed for Third-Party Advertising. You can opt-out by sending us an email at with your request if you do not want us to share your personal information with unaffiliated or non-agent third parties for promotional purposes, or you can unsubscribe here.

From the company, promotional offers. Send us an email at or click here to unsubscribe if you do not want the Company to use your contact information to advertise our products or services or those of third parties. You can send us a reply email asking to be removed from future email distributions if we have sent you a promotional email. Information submitted to the Company as the consequence of a product purchase, licensing subscription, service provider encounter, or other transaction is not covered by this opt-out.

Personalized Marketing. You can opt-out by sending us an email at with your request if you do not want us to use the information we collect or that you give us to deliver adverts in accordance with the target-audience choices of our advertisers, or you can unsubscribe here. You must have your browser or smartphone set to accept browser cookies in order for this opt-out to work.

We have no control over how third parties may gather or utilize your data to deliver interest-based advertising. However, you may be given options by these third parties to prevent the collection or use of your information in this manner. On the Network Advertising Initiative's ("NAI") website, you have the option to stop receiving targeted adverts from its members.

To manage our marketing communications, we might rely on outside partners, such as Rakuten Advertising.When you interact with its digital properties, Rakuten Advertising may gather personal data about you, including IP addresses, digital identifiers, details about your web browsing and application usage, and information about how you interact with its properties and advertisements. This data may be used for a variety of purposes, including customizing offers or advertisements, analyzing how you interact with websites or advertisements, and other business-related goals. Visit for additional details regarding your rights and Rakuten Advertising's collection, use, and selling of your personal data. or by submitting a request at

Accessing And Correcting Your Information

By signing into your account and going to your account profile page, if you have created an account on our website, you can review and edit your personal information. To seek access to, rectification of, or deletion of any personal information you have supplied to us, you may also send us an email at Except by also canceling your user account, we are unable to erase your personal information. If we feel that granting your request to modify information will make it inaccurate or in violation of the law, we may decline to do so.

Even if you remove your User Contributions from the Website, copies may still be accessible through cached and archived pages, as well as copies that other Website visitors may have copied or saved. Our Terms and Conditions, Farebarber- Terms and Conditions, govern the appropriate access and use of information given on the Website, including User Contributions. Additional personal information rights and choices may be available to residents of some US states. If relevant, please refer to the section on the privacy rights of your particular state.

Data Security

Your information is protected and is highly valued by us. To prevent unintentional loss and unauthorized access, use, alteration, and disclosure of your personal information, we have put in place industry-standard security measures. Our secure servers, which are surrounded by firewalls, are where we store all of the information you give us. Through the use of SSL technology, all payment transactions will be encrypted.

Sadly, there are always potential security gaps in data transfer over the internet. The security of your personal information provided to us online cannot be guaranteed or warranted, despite the fact that we take all necessary security precautions to secure it. It is at your own risk to transmit any personal information. Any privacy settings or security features on the website may be circumvented, and we are not liable for it. 

Once we aware that your personal information has been compromised, we may send you a notification via email to the last email address you provided in the quickest manner possible under the circumstances, or as otherwise required by applicable law; provided, however, that we may choose to postpone notification as long as it takes to assess the severity of the breach, try to make reasonable system integrity restorations, and work with law enforcement.

You are also responsible for the privacy and security of your data. You are in charge of safeguarding any password we may have provided you (or that you may have chosen) for access to particular areas of our website. Please refrain from disclosing your password to anyone. We strongly advise you to exercise caution when disclosing information on the Website's open forums. Any user of the website may access the information you share in public areas.

Keeping User’ Information Safe

Your personal data will only be kept by us for as long as is required to fulfill the obligations set forth in this Policy and in line with all applicable laws. Prior to using your personal data for analytical or trend analysis beyond the required retention term, we shall deidentify, aggregate, or otherwise make it anonymous. We employ industry-accepted procedures to ensure that it is impossible to recover or retrieve your information when we erase your personal information. To guard against intentional loss, we could store lingering copies of your personal data on backup systems. Without a restoration, this data is unreachable, and the restoration process will remove all extraneous data.

Our retention durations are determined using the following criteria:

  • The amount of time of our engagement with you, taking into consideration any active user accounts, recent reservations, or other transactions you've completed with us; applicable regulations require us to preserve your transactions with us in our records for a predetermined amount of time;
  • Contractual duties, litigation holds, statutes of limitations, and regulatory investigations; Current and pertinent legal obligations dictating how long we keep your personal data; Whether the data is necessary for safe system backups.

Processing Your Data

Your provided information might be moved to, accessed, stored, and processed in the US and other nations. It's possible that these nations' data protection rules and regulations are less extensive than those in your own. You understand and agree that by using the Website, your information may be transmitted to such countries, including without limitation to our facilities and any third parties with whom we share it in accordance with this Policy.

We only allow data transfers that are necessary to fulfill our contractual obligations or those are required by law.

International Data Transfer

It is possible for countries other than the one where you live to access, process, or transmit the personal information we handle. There is a chance that those nations' data protection regulations will differ from those in yours.

Our platform's servers are located in the US, while Farebarber and its third-party service providers have operations in numerous other nations. Your personal information may be processed in any of those nations at the time of collection. Your personal information may be accessed by our employees across the globe. The recipients of your personal information may also be situated in nations other than the one in which you currently reside.

To help ensure that any access, processing, and/or transfer of your personal information is protected in line with this Policy and in compliance with applicable data protection law, we have taken the necessary precautions and put measures in place. No matter where your data is accessed from, processed, and/or transferred to, such procedures guarantee your personal information a quality of protection that is at least comparable to that provided by the relevant local law in your country.

Among them are the following:

  • The European Commission has made decisions confirming that the individual non-EEA countries have an appropriate degree of data protection.
  • Performing recurring risk analyses and putting in place a range of organizational and technological controls to make sure that data transfer rules are followed.
  • Confirming the appropriate security measures are in place to secure your personal information at all third-party partners, vendors, and service providers to whom data transfers are conducted. For instance, the contracts we enter into with our third-party partners, vendors, and service providers contain strict data transfer clauses (including, where appropriate, the European Commission's Standard Contractual Clauses issued by the European Commission and/or United Kingdom, for transfers from the EEA/UK), and they mandate that all parties to the agreements uphold the applicable data protection laws when handling personal data.

Notice Of Rights To Residents Of Specific Geographic Locations

This Section complements the information in the remaining sections of this Privacy Policy and only applies to visitors, users, and other individuals who live in the nations and states listed in the sections that follow "Notice of Rights" Subsections.

Notice of Rights of Individuals located within the EU

Individuals residing within the European Economic Area ("EEA")'s") borders should be aware of the following: The purpose of this Policy and the notices it contains is to comply with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (Regulation (EU) 2016/679) of the European Parliament and of the Council of April 27, 2016 (hereinafter referred to as the "GDPR") and to offer your user information the appropriate protection and care.

In order to provide you with our products and/or services and to comply with relevant data retention rules, we only collect, store, and use the information that is required. As a "Data Subject" within the meaning of the GDPR, you have certain legal rights to protect your personal data, which you can use whenever you like. These rights of data subjects include:

  • You have a right to know what personal information (about you) we process and why.
  • You are entitled to obtain a copy of the personal information we have on file about you. If we reject your request pursuant to your right of access, we will explain why, and you will have the right to file a complaint with an appropriate data protection supervisory authority regarding our handling of your personally identifiable information.
  • You have the right to correct any inaccurate or incomplete data we have collected and processed about you.
  • In certain circumstances, such as when a legal dispute is ongoing or the data is being updated, you have the right to temporarily restrict the processing of your data.
  • Under certain conditions, you have the right to request that the information we have about you be removed from our files.
  • You have the right to request that the information we have about you be given to another organization in a commonly used, structured, and machine-readable format.
  • You have the right to revoke any consent you may have previously given for the use of your personal data for a particular purpose.

By getting in touch with the accountable party, the Data Subject can at any moment exercise their rights. Amsaro Inc DBA Farebarber 8704 58TH AVE ELMHURST NY 11373, Attn: Information Security Coordinator, phone: +1(866)-770-2822, email:, is the responsible party in accordance with Article 4(7) of the GDPR.

According to current legislation, we won't process and/or disclose your personal information unless we have a legitimate reason to, as specified in Article 6 of the GDPR. Generally, anytime personal data is processed, at least one of the following requirements must be met:

  • Consent. The person has expressly consented to the use of their personal data for the aforementioned purpose.
  • Contract. The processing is required to carry out a contract.
  • Legal Requirement. To be in compliance with the law, the processing is required.
  • important pursuits. To preserve someone's life, the process is required.
  • Public Project. The job or function for which the processing is required has a clear legal basis and must be carried out in the public interest.
  • Authentic Interests. Unless there is a compelling cause to protect the individual's personal data, which prevails over those legitimate interests, the processing is required for the data controller's legitimate interests.

Notice of Rights of Canadian Residents

Unless doing so is impossible or would require an excessive amount of work on the part of Farebarber, you have the right to request that we provide you with specific information about how we collect and use your personal information. You also have the right to request that the information be changed as necessary and to question the information's accuracy and completeness. As soon as we acknowledge your verifiable request, we will provide you with the following information:

  • The many types of personal data we have about you.
  • Divisions of the sources from which we obtained the personal data we have on you.
  • We gather or share that personal information for business or commercial purposes.
  • The kind of outside parties we disclose that personal information with.

To the extent allowed by relevant law and contractual duties, we shall note any disputes received, correct or amend any incomplete or erroneous personal information, and where necessary, notify third parties.

Please contact us in one of the following methods to make a verifiable consumer request in order to exercise your rights as stated above: Information Security Coordinator, Amsaro Inc, 8704 58th Avenue, Elmhurst, New York 11373; phone: +1(866) 770-2822; email:

A customer's request must be:

  • Give us enough details so we can reasonably confirm you are the individual about whom we obtained personal information or a representative with the proper authority; and
  • Give us enough information about your request so that we can fully comprehend, consider, and address it.

If we are unable to validate your identity, confirm you have the right to make the request, and confirm that the identifiable data is about you, we will not be able to reply to your request or supply you with personal information. You don't need to register with us in order to submit a genuine consumer request. We will only utilize the personal data supplied in a valid consumer request to confirm the identity or legitimacy of the requestor. In order to confirm that you are the person whose information we acquired, or their authorized representative, we may want to see a copy of your government-issued identity.

Following 30 days of receiving a valid consumer request, we try to react to it. If we need more time (up to 60 days), we will write to let you know why and for how long. We will deliver our written response to that account if you have one with us. If you don't already have an account with us, you can choose whether to get our written response via mail or electronic delivery. If appropriate, we will additionally explain in our response why we are unable to fulfill a request.

Unless your request is excessive, repeated, or obviously baseless, we won't charge you a price to process it or respond to it. Before executing your request, we will let you know why we think the request is justified in charging a fee and provide you an estimate of the cost.

Notice of California Residents; California Consumer

California residents have specific rights regarding the collection, use, and sharing of their personal information under the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 ("CCPA") as revised by the California Privacy Rights Act of 2020 ("CPRA"). Users of our website who reside in California have the right to obtain specific information regarding the disclosure of their personal data to third parties for their direct marketing purposes under California Civil Code 1798.83. Send an email to to make such a request.Please check our state-specific privacy notice at California Privacy Notice - farebarber to learn more about your privacy rights.

Notice of Nevada Residents; Nevada Privacy Rights 

According to Nevada law (SB 220), customers in the state have the option to refuse the sale of specific pieces of personal data that website owners have acquired about them. Farebarber hasn't sold your personal information to third parties (as that term is defined by Nevada law) in the last twelve (12) months and won't do so going forward without giving you notice and a chance to opt out of such transfer as required by law. Please email us at if you have any queries about these rights.

Notice of Virginia Residents; Virginia Privacy Rights 

Residents of Virginia will have rights under the Consumer Data Protection Act ("CDPA") as of January 1, 2023, regarding the gathering, use, and sharing of their personal data. Farebarber hasn't sold your personal information in the last twelve (12) months and won't do so going forward without giving you notice and a chance to opt out, as required by law. According to how "targeted advertising" is defined under the CDPA, Farebarber is permitted to use it.

Customers will be able to choose not to receive targeted advertising as of January 1, 2023. When you use the website, the app, or any of our services, Farebarber may gather a variety of personal information about you, as detailed in the section below titled "Information We Collect About You and How We Use It." The "Disclosure of Your Information" Section lists the parties with whom we might disclose personal data and the conditions in which we might share it.

As of January 1, 2023, you have the right to: (1) ask for access to the personal information we have on file about you; (2) ask that any inaccuracies in that information be corrected; (3) ask that we delete the personal information we have on file about you; (4) ask for confirmation that we are processing your personal information; and (5) ask for a copy of that information.

We won't treat you differently if you exercise any of your CDPA rights. We won't: Unless expressly permitted by the CDPA

  • You withhold goods or services.
  • Offer you products or services of a higher standard.
  • A different level or price for the goods or services you obtain, as well as a different level or quality of those goods or services, are suggested.
  • Charge you various prices or rates for products or services, including by offering discounts or other benefits or by enforcing penalties.

Contact us at to exercise one or more of your rights or to file an appeal if your request is denied.

Notice of Colorado Residents; Colorado Privacy Rights

Colorado's Consumer Privacy Act ("CPA") will give residents of Colorado certain rights regarding the gathering, use, and sharing of their personal data as of July 1, 2023. Farebarber hasn't sold your personal information in the last twelve (12) months and won't do so going forward without giving you notice and a chance to opt out, as required by law. As described in the CPA, Farebarber may engage in "targeted advertising," and starting on July 1, 2023, you will have the option to refuse tailored advertising. 

Whenever any customer uses the Website, and our services, Farebarber gathers a variety of categories of personal information, which are detailed in the Section under "Information We Gather About You and How We Use It." The "Disclosure of Your Information" Section lists the parties with whom we might disclose personal data and the conditions in which we might share it.

As of July 1, 2023, you have the right to: (1) ask for access to the personal information we have about you; (2) ask that any inaccuracies in that information be corrected; (3) ask that all of your personal information be deleted, though there may be circumstances under the CPA and other laws that permit us to continue using some of your personal information despite your deletion request; and (4) ask for a copy of that information.

Contact us at to exercise one or more of your rights or to file an appeal if your request is denied.

Notice of Connecticut Residents; Connecticut Privacy Rights 

Connecticut’s Consumer Privacy Act ("CPA") will give residents of Connecticut certain rights regarding the gathering, use, and sharing of their personal data as of July 1, 2023. Farebarber hasn't sold your personal information in the last twelve (12) months and won't do so going forward without giving you notice and a chance to opt out, as required by law. As described in the CPA, Farebarber may engage in "targeted advertising," and starting on July 1, 2023, you will have the option to refuse tailored advertising. 

Whenever any customer uses the Website, and our services, Farebarber gathers a variety of categories of personal information, which are detailed in the Section under "Information We Gather About You and How We Use It." The "Disclosure of Your Information" Section lists the parties with whom we might disclose personal data and the conditions in which we might share it.

As of July 1, 2023, you have the right to: (1) ask for access to the personal information we have about you; (2) ask that any inaccuracies in that information be corrected; (3) ask that all of your personal information be deleted, though there may be circumstances under the CPA and other laws that permit us to continue using some of your personal information despite your deletion request; and (4) ask for a copy of that information.

Contact us at to exercise one or more of your rights or to file an appeal if your request is denied.

Modification To Our Privacy Policy

Due to changes in our services, modifications to the laws and regulations that apply to those services, or for a variety of other reasons, we could be compelled to revise our privacy and data protection notices. As a result, we reserve the right to modify this Policy whenever we see fit. We have a policy of publishing any updates to our privacy policy on this page. You are accountable for keeping your email address current, active, and deliverable and for regularly checking our website and this policy for updates.