Chariot Creative Privacy Policy

Last Updated: February 28, 2024

This Privacy Policy describes how we collect, use and share personal data that we collect through our website.

As used in this Privacy Policy, the words “we,” “us” and “our” refer to Chariot Creative Inc.  We are a corporation organized under the laws of North Carolina.  Similarly, the words “you” and “your” refer to you, the individual visiting our website.

We may update this Privacy Policy from time to time as our website and practices change and in response to changes in the law.  When we do so, we will update the date listed above.



When we refer to “personal data” in this Privacy Policy, we are referring to information that is capable of being used to identify a specific person or to distinguish that person from other people. “Personal data” also refers to information that we associate with a specific individual, even if the information, by itself, cannot be used to identify that person.  Examples of personal data are your name, your address, your telephone number, your email address and your payment card information.



Our website collects personal data in several ways:

  1. We collect personal data when you provide it to our website. This may happen, for example, when you complete the “Project Request” form on the website or when you enter your information through our “contact us” link.  When you do these things, we will collect your name and email address. We may also collect the name of your employer. These forms may also ask you to provide information that we do not consider to be “personal data” because it relates to your company and not to you personally. 
  2. Our website provides a form for you to submit your credit card information for billing purposes, along with your name, email address, billing address.  When you provide this information to us, we provide this information to our third-party billing system and do not store it on our servers.
  3. We collect information about your computer when you interact with our website.  This information may include your “IP address,” which is a series of numbers that can be used to identify your computer or mobile device from all of the other devices that are connected to the internet.  Because computers tend to only be used by one person at a time, we consider these IP addresses to be personal data. 



We use personal data collected through our website for several purposes:

  1. We use personal data to respond to your inquiries on our website. If you ask us a question through our website or ask us to provide a quote, we will use your personal data to answer your question, provide the quote or just to follow-up with you about your inquiry. 
  2. If you engage us to provide services to you, we will use your personal data to communicate with you about those services.
  3. If you provide us with your payment card information for recurring payments, we will use that information to charge your payment card for your recurring payments.
  4. We use your IP address and other technologies (described below) to learn more about the visitors to our website, including things like their approximate geographic location, the type of computer or mobile device they use, and the software used to access our website.  This information helps us to screen for potential risk and fraud, and, more generally, to improve and optimize our website.  These technologies also help us learn about visitors to our website and allow us to assess the success of our marketing and advertising campaigns.



We do not have a set schedule for deleting personal data. In general, we keep personal data for as long as we need to keep it to serve our customers.



We sometimes share personal data with third parties who help us provide services to our clients or operate our business. We may also share your personal data to comply with our legal requirements, to respond to a subpoena, search warrant or other lawful request for information we receive, or to otherwise protect and enforce our rights.

If we, as a company, are purchased, then the acquiring company may receive the personal data that we have collected and that data will be subject to the data protection practices of the purchasing company.

We do not sell personal data and, except as described above, we do not share personal data with third parties.



We do not believe our website will be of interest to children under the age of 16 and, to our knowledge, we do not collect any personal data about children. If you believe that we have collected information about a child under the age of 16, please contact us (see the “Contact Us” section below) and we will investigate and delete any relevant personal data that we find.



We use “cookies” to provide certain functions of our website. Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer or mobile device as you visit our website.  Some of these cookies remain on your device and allow our website to recognize when you return. You may be able to configure your browser to notify you about cookies and to allow you to accept or block our cookies. You should be aware, however, that not accepting our cookies may limit the functionality of our website.

Our website uses a tool called “Google Analytics” that provides us with information about visitors to our website and about the computers, browsers and mobile devices that they use to interact with our website.  We do not consider this information to be personal data because it is not linked to any individual person. We use this data to learn more about visitors to our website and to improve our website.  You can learn more about Google’s privacy policies at .

Our website may use the “Meta Pixel,” a tool provided by Meta, Inc. This tool allows us to learn about visitors to our website using information that Meta has gathered about them. This information may include information about their geographic location, language and interests.  Because this information cannot be linked to a specific person, we do not consider it to be “personal data.”  You can learn more about Meta’s privacy policies at

Your browser may include a setting that sends a “do not track” signal to websites it visits. Our website currently ignores these signals.



Do you have questions about our privacy practices or how we use personal data?  If so, please feel free to reach out to us at:

Chariot Creative, Inc.

Attn: Privacy Manager
1613 Old Louisburg Rd, Suite 103
Raleigh, NC 27604
United States