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Citi ThankYou® Rewards Online Privacy Statement

This notice discloses the privacy procedures of www.thankyou.com. Please read this policy to understand how we will treat the personal information about you.

Our Online Privacy Statement describes how we may collect, use and share information you provide when you visit this website, receive our emails or interact with advertisements we have on third-party websites. Detailed Explanation

What are Third-party Websites?
Sites that are not operated by Citi and are not subject to our Online Privacy Statement. We encourage you to read the privacy policies on these sites.

We encourage you to read the privacy policies on those sites.

NOTICE OF CHANGES

From time to time, we may change this Privacy Policy. The effective date of this policy, as stated below, indicates the last time this policy was revised or materially changed. Checking the effective date below allows you to determine whether there have been changes since the last time you reviewed the policy.

EFFECTIVE DATE

This policy was last modified June, 2014.

What is an IP Address?
An Internet Protocol address is a unique number, assigned to a computer or device that connects to the Internet, that identifies that computer or device.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file that a web server may place on your computer when you visit a site. The file uniquely identifies a computer. Information stored in a cookie sent by Citi can only be read by Citi or companies we work with.
What are Marketing Segments?
A pixel tag is a transparent graphic image, sometimes called a web beacon or tracking beacon, placed on a web page or in an email, which indicates that a page or email has been viewed. In addition, a pixel tag may tell your browser to get content from another server.

These are groups of unique individuals or users categorized using information such as behaviors, demographics, attitudes and/or geographic differences.

Companies can create marketing segments by using technologies like IP addresses to compile, over time, aggregated, non-personal information about how consumers are using the Internet. They consider where users saw and/or clicked on content and advertisements, and use this information to make inferences and predictions about the users' characteristics, interests and preferences. This information does not identify you personally nor does it report on particular online activities or behaviors.
What is a Pixel Tag?
A pixel tag is a transparent graphic image, sometimes called a web beacon or tracking beacon, placed on a web page or in an email, which indicates that a page or email has been viewed. In addition, a pixel tag may tell your browser to get content from another server.

The pixel tags on Citi's sites are set only by companies we work with and supervise. In order to ensure the safekeeping of your information, network advertising companies and publishers are not permitted to directly collect information on our site.
What are companies we work with?
These companies are any third-party agents that conduct business on behalf of Citi. The services they provide include, but are not limited to, communications (e.g., email), marketing, data processing, customer acquisition and servicing and advertisement management.

When we use other companies to provide services for us, we require them to protect the confidentiality of information they receive.
What are Third-party Websites?
Sites that are not operated by Citi and are not subject to our Online Privacy Statement. We encourage you to read the privacy policies on these sites.
What are Marketing Segments?
These are groups of unique individuals or users categorized using information such as behaviors, demographics, attitudes and/or geographic differences.

Companies can create marketing segments by using technologies like IP addresses to compile, over time, aggregated, non-personal information about how consumers are using the Internet. They consider where users saw and/or clicked on content and advertisements, and use this information to make inferences and predictions about the users' characteristics, interests and preferences. This information does not identify you personally nor does it report on particular online activities or behaviors.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file that a web server may place on your computer when you visit a site. The file uniquely identifies a computer. Information stored in a cookie sent by Citi can only be read by Citi or companies we work with.