Privacy Policy

United States Permit, LLC gives high priority in protecting your privacy. The following information explains our policy practices on how we collect, use, and disclose personal information when you are using our Service, communicating with us, or visiting our website.

Every information we will be collecting from you via our Service shall be used in compliance to the data protection legislation and regulation that includes, but is not limited to, the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.

United States Permit, LLC serves the purpose of those laws and has the responsibility to control the personal information and data that are collected. By using our Service, you are giving us consent to collect and use data, including your personal information based on the purposes of this policy.

Effective Date: July 16, 2018

I. Information Collection and Use

United States Permit, LLC may collect your personal information through different platforms that include, but are not limited to, online forms, quotation forms, customer support platforms, emails, and social media platforms.

We use different types of information for improving our Service and to expand our marketing and advertising campaigns. We will not disclose your personal information to a third party unless United States Permit, LLC deems it necessary, with prior notice to you, and with your consent. In such case, you give authorization to United States Permit, LLC in the event that such disclosure of information is necessary.

Types of Data Collected

a. Personal Data

The following are examples of personal information that we may require while using our Service. These information is used to “identify” you as a user of our Service through your activity behaviors. While navigating our Service, we may ask you to provide us with personally identifiable information, “Personal Data,” that can be used to identify and contact you. Personal information that we collect may include:

  i. First name and last name

 ii. Email address

iii. Address, State, Province, ZIP/Postal code, City, and Country

b. Usage Data

i. We use cookies to allow us to collect information on how our Service is accessed and used ("Usage Data"). Information collected for usage data may include:

Your device information

Browser name, version and other browser information

Your browsing history

Your Internet Protocol Address, “ IP address”

Information on the date and time of your visit, time spent on our web pages, unique device identifiers, and other usage information.

II.Cookies Policy

United States Permit, LLC website contains cookies to help enhance our users’ browsing experience. Cookies are pieces of information received and stored by devices such as smartphones, laptops, and personal computers. All data contained in the cookies will remain unaltered during the process of sending the information back to our website.

Cookies play an important role in keeping track of data concerning each individual user’s activities and visits on our Service. Data contained in cookies may serve as anonymous unique identifiers. These data include, but are not limited to, the following:

Your preferred settings

Your most recent visit

Information you provided in our online forms

If you choose not to accept cookies, you can opt to instruct your browser to decline all cookies when they are being sent. However, you will not be able to utilize some portions of our website because of that.

The cookies that we use are the following:

Session Cookies. These cookies are important in operating the sessions of every visitor in our website.

Preference Cookies. These play a vital role in recollecting a specific user’s preferences to various settings.

Security Cookies. These types of cookies serve as security measures for our Service and also for our visitors and users.

In addition to using cookies, we also implement similar tracking technologies to monitor the activities on our website. We use tracking methods such as beacons, scripts, and tags in collecting and tracking data that we might use for improving and analyzing our Service to better assist our users and visitors. These tracking innovations may also hold certain information.

III. How We Collect Your Personal Data

United States Permit, LLC collects and analyzes data to help further improve your experience as a user and to store necessary and important details.

By using our website and filling out our online forms, some of your personal data will be stored in our database. The information you have provided will then be used to track and analyze your activities on our website. This way, we can distinguish the visitors and their activities on our website.

We store some personal data through several ways:

By enabling cookies

Filling out the forms

IV. Use of Data

United States Permit, LLC uses the collected data for purposes that include the following:

To provide a better service for our customers

To give update regarding the changes on our Service

To allow you to participate in interactive features of our Service when you choose to do so

To provide and enhance customer care and support

To monitor and track the usage of the Service

To detect, prevent and address technical issues as soon as possible

V. Transfer of Data

By using our Service, you agree that your personal data and information may be maintained and/or transferred on computers as well as databases which can be located outside your country and/or governmental jurisdiction. In such cases, the data protection laws may differ from the data protection under your jurisdiction.

Some, if not all, information including but are not limited to the personal data of users located outside the United States will be transferred and processed to the United States. Filling out and submission of forms serve as a consent that you agree on the use of our Service.

United States Permit will be talking all necessary steps with proper precautions to ensure that any personal data and information will be transferred securely in accordance with our Service. All data will not be transferred to a different organization unless there are adequate control in place which includes the security of your personal data.

VI. Disclosure of Data

a. Legal Requirements

i. United States Permit LLC will disclose your personal data and information if such action is necessary to:

b. Usage Data

Comply legal obligations

Protect the rights and property of United States Permit

Prevent anomalies in connection with our Service

Ensure the safety of every user or the public

Protect against legal liabilities

VII. Security of Data

We give high importance to the security of every personal data and information collected, but every method of electronic storage or transmission over the internet is not always 100% secured. We cannot guarantee absolute security of your personal information, however, we do our best to use commercially acceptable methods just to protect every data.

VIII. Service Providers

Note that we employ third-party companies and/or individual service providers to help us facilitate our Service, perform related tasks, provide Service on our behalf, or assist us with regards to the usage of our Service.

Such third parties may access the personal data and information of every user for the sole purpose of performing some tasks on our behalf. These third parties are obliged not to disclose any personal data and information or use it for purposes not related to our terms.

a. Analytics

i. Google Analytics is a freemium web application offered by Google which is used to track and report the traffic on our website. (Freemium is a pricing strategy wherein users are allowed access to free products or services; however, money will be charged for additional virtual goods, features, or services.) Read their privacy policy here.

ii. Information they collect:

Your apps, browsers & devices

Your activity (pages clicked while using our Service)

Your location information (IP address)

IX. Links to Other Sites

United States Permit, LLC may use links leading to third party websites not operated by us. Clicking on these links will redirect you to the third party’s website. Before you click on these links we strongly advise that you thoroughly review the Privacy Policy of every third party website you visit.

We do not assume responsibility for any third party websites and services. We have no control over their content, practices, or privacy policies.

X. Children's Privacy

In order for some of our services to proceed, we collect personal information from our clients who voluntarily provide us with the necessary information. We abide by the law to legally collect, retain, and share information with our clients’ consent. But we do not cater any services to anyone under the age of 18.

We do not knowingly collect, retain, and disclose personal information from anybody under the age of 18. We do not process for our Service any personal data granted that they are from someone under 18 yrs of age. Be advised that we strictly forbid the collection, retention, and sharing of any personal data from anyone under the age of 18, and if such activity emanates and we become aware of it, we strictly take the necessary action to remove this information from our database properly. We will also take the necessary precautions to make sure these incidents and any similar case do not occur again.

If, in any case, you find out that your child has accidentally or purposely provided us with personal information, contact us right away so we can identify every personal information given to us, and we will remove all of the information from our database.

XI. Changes to our Privacy Policy

Be advised that we reserve the right to modify our privacy policy by adding, removing or adjusting certain details of it without prior notice. Once these changes are posted, they are considered effective. United States Permit, LLC clients are required to adhere to the terms and condition of our privacy policy.

XII. How to Contact United States Permit, LLC

For questions or any concerns regarding our privacy policy, please contact us at (727) 346-5509 or toll-free (800) 517-6484. You can also email us at, or leave us a message via our website and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible. You can keep updated for any changes on our privacy policy that might affect you and your business by regularly checking it. It is accessible via our website at