Rainmaker | Privacy Policy

Rainmaker is committed to protecting your privacy online. Please read the following Privacy Policy (this “Policy”) carefully to understand what information we gather online and how we will use that information. Because Rainmaker will continue to develop new technologies to improve our website (the “Site”), this policy is subject to change. We encourage you to check the Policy each time that you visit the Site so that you understand our current Policy. By using the Site, you agree to the terms of the Policy in effect at that time.

What personally identifiable information does Rainmaker collect?

Prospective customers, partners and employees, as well as those seeking information about Rainmaker, may voluntarily submit information to Rainmaker by completing forms on various pages throughout the Site. The required information on these forms is information that we may need to contact these individuals, such as first and last name, company name, address, phone number, and e-mail address. These individuals may also voluntarily submit additional information that will help Rainmaker evaluate their needs, the services provided, or the individual’s employment qualifications. If you contact us, we may also keep a record of that communication. Rainmaker does not otherwise collect any information from those visiting its Site through cookies or other means.

Who receives the information submitted?

When information is submitted through our Site, it is immediately routed to the appropriate department within Rainmaker. If an improper form is completed (i.e., if a potential client completes the partner information form), the information will be forwarded to the proper department within a reasonable time after the error is discovered.

How does Rainmaker use information that you provide?

The information submitted to Rainmaker will only be used for internal purposes, except when we determine in our sole discretion that disclosure is required to satisfy any law, regulation, governmental or judicial request, or to protect Rainmaker or its employees, clients or business partners. Otherwise, the information submitted on the Site will not be provided to any third parties. Rainmaker may retain copies of all information submitted to Rainmaker in electronic and/or paper form. Rainmaker may also provide aggregated statistics and other information about our customers, sales, traffic patterns, and related Site information to third-party vendors and marketing companies, but these statistics and information will include no personally identifying information.

A word of caution about security

Unfortunately, no data transmission over the Internet or any wireless network can be guaranteed to be absolutely secure. As a result, while we attempt to protect your personal information, we cannot ensure or warrant the security of any information you transmit to us over the Internet or any wireless network, and you do so at your own risk. Once we receive your data transmission through the Site, we use commercially reasonable efforts to help ensure its security.

What about children’s privacy?

The Site is not intended for children under the age of 13 and we do not intend to collect information from any person under 13 years of age on the Site. Parents should always monitor their children’s online activities and should not allow children to provide any such information. If we determine or are notified that a child under the age of 13 years old has provided information in violation of this policy, we will delete that information as soon as practicable. If any parent or guardian becomes aware that any child has provided information, please send us a letter or fax, or an e-mail through the Contact Us page so we can delete that information.

What else should I know about my privacy?

Although the information you submit to Rainmaker is not made publicly available, you should use caution when submitting information in other online forums and once you leave the Site. Please keep in mind that whenever you voluntarily disclose personal information online in areas that are accessible to the public – for example on message boards, through email, or in chat areas – that information can be collected and used by others. If you post personal information online in these forums, you may receive unsolicited messages from other parties in return. Additionally, you should be especially careful to monitor your child’s online activities, especially their participation in chat areas or message boards, and not let them disclose any personally identifiable information on such websites.