Privacy Act Statement
The Victory Motorcycle Club, Inc. is not affiliated with Victory Motorcycles, Inc. or Polaris Industries, Inc. in any way.
Using the guidelines set forth in the Federal Trade Commission Privacy Act of 1974 and the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), effective April 21, 2000 this page describes how the Victory Motorcycle Club, Inc. handles and protects any information collected and maintained about visitors, guests, members and users of this website (www.TheVMC.com). Any personally identifying information a visitor to the website provides is voluntary and only used internally for VMC operations and administration, site management, security, and development.
The target audience of the Victory Motorcycle Club, Inc. website (www.TheVMC.com) are adults interested in Victory motorcycles, and contains no advertising or content targeting children and does not use animated characters or other child-oriented features. No information is intentionally or knowingly collected from or about children under the age of 13.
Any visit to browse, read, or upload/download information or photos to or from www.TheVMC.com is subject to the following:
- The Victory Motorcycle Club, Inc, respects privacy and does NOT sell mailing lists, e-mail addresses or give out personal information to anyone. All personal information is kept secure and is only used for VMC operations by authorized members and administrators.
- The website (www.TheVMC.com) collects and stores from anyone that is viewing the site: the name of the domain and host from which they access this site; the Internet protocol (IP) address of the computer they are using; the browser software they use and the operating system; the date and time they access the site; and the Internet address of the site from which they linked directly to the site.
- This information is only used as anonymous aggregate data to determine the number of visitors to different sections of the website, to ensure the site is working properly, and to help make this site more useful and secure. Information about individuals is not tracked or recorded, and any information collected is generally deleted after one year.
- Persistent “cookies” or tracking mechanisms are also used that collect identifying user information on this site such as visitor’s IP address, username, and the date and time of the last visit, last page viewed and other similar information with the intent to enhance site navigation and provide data used for site management, security and development.