JAC’s Trading Co. Loyalty Programme is owned and operated by Jacs Trading Co and/or its subsidiaries, nominees, licensees or appointees (collectively referred to as “the Manager”)
It doesn’t cost anything to become a Loyalty Member of JAC’s Trading Co., however you do have to be 18 years of age or over. When you become a Loyalty Member or when you use your Loyalty Card, you agree to the Terms. The Manager may alter these from time to time. If they are changes that affect you, you will be informed.
To become a Loyalty Member of JAC’s Trading Co., you can either sign up online at www.jacstrading.co.nz, on JAC’s Trading Co. Facebook page, or in person at JAC’s Trading Co.. Once signed up, you can start receiving an 10% discount on food and beverage at time of transaction.
JAC’s Trading Co. programme is designed to respect members’ privacy and has policies in place with respect to using data collected from members. On registration each member agrees that the information they have provided can be used by JAC’s Trading Co. to deliver information related to the improvement of services at JAC’s Trading Co., the promotion of JAC’s Trading Co. Loyalty Programme, or other promotions relating to JAC’s Trading Co..
With regard to email communication the Manager will offer easy opt-out options as stated in the Direct Marketing Code of Practice and the Unsolicited Electronic Messages Act 2007.
Members are entitled to request (in writing) any personal details held on file in accordance with the Privacy Act (1993).
The Manager or JAC’s Trading Co. will not sell or pass on a member’s information to any other company, business or other organisation (unless required to by law). The system may also collect non-personalised information on any website visits. This information includes internet service provider, the time and length of visits, the pages looked at on the websites, and the method by which the site is visited. This information is used only to measure site activity, market research and to develop ideas for improving the websites and loyalty programmes in question.