If we would sell your private information to advertising companies (so they could market to you), we would be violating the Consumer Privacy Protection Act, among other laws. TuckEat doesn’t do that. Instead, we pass on this information only to entities involved with us like social network providers, marketing partners, and/or third parties. And even then only the information that is needed to complete your transaction. For example, we share customers' credit card information with a third-party credit card processing services as well as with restaurants fulfilling orders. We do this to provide our services and operate our business.
We give you the contact information of over *2,600 restaurants to make your food delivery smoother and more enjoyable. Our services include online ordering and delivery. Admittedly, that is considered “sales” under the law. We have some kind of data-sharing relationship with local restaurants and eateries, where we provide your name and contact details to those of our partners that you’ve previously done business with. That’s so that they can communicate directly with you and share their exclusive offers.
Yes you could - but it would mean not receiving their information as well as their special discounts and deals. If you decide to opt out, we’d share your personal information only for operational purposes, such as delivering your order. Note: If you change your mind, we would be unable to help you opt back in.
You’ll keep on receiving their emails - unless you unsubscribe from their services, choosing that prompt in the emails those restaurant partners send you. (You can also email or call them to do so).
Simply, use the “unsubscribe” instructions in your emails or texts, or change communication preferences in your account settings.