Privacy policy

Our Cookie and Website Privacy Policy

This Website Privacy Policy (“policy”) describes what personal information we may gather about you when you use It also explains the purposes for which the information is used and the circumstances under which we might share it. This policy uses the terms “Burke Texas Acquisitions, LLC”, “we”, “our”, or “us” to refer to Burke Texas Acquisitions, LLC.

We collect personal information when you visit our site. This policy defines “personal information” as information that identifies or relates to, describes, could be associated with, or could reasonably link, either directly or indirectly to you or your household.


We may share information about your location, browser and cookie data with our business partners in order to deliver advertisements (“ads”) to you. Burke Texas Acquisitions may permit third-party ad server or ad network to serve advertisements on our Service. These third-party ads servers or networks use technology to send advertisements and ad links directly to your browser. They will also automatically receive your IP address. Other technologies may be used by these third-party ad servers or networks (such as JavaScript, cookies, device identifiers and location data, see above), to collect information about your device’s and browser’s visits to the Service and other websites. This is then used to optimize the ads they send to you and personalize the content.

Google, for example, uses DART cookies to deliver ads through its Service. Google and its partners use the DART cookie to deliver ads to you based upon your visits to the Service and any previous websites you have visited. Similar cookies, clear graphics, and other mechanisms are used by other advertising networks to deliver targeted advertising through the Service. These cookies can be deleted. You can opt out of Google’s DART cookie, and those placed by Network Advertising Initiative (NAI), certified ad networks . These cookies can be opted out not only for the Service but also on all websites that are NAI-certified advertising networks. These opt-outs are ineffective for networks that have not been NAI certified.

An advertiser might ask Burke Texas Acquisitions for a specific audience (e.g., based upon demographics or other interests). Burke Texas Acquisitions, or one of our advertising partners, determines the target audience. Burke Texas Acquisitions then serves the advertisement to that audience and provides no anonymous data to advertisers. Advertisers and ad servers may conclude that you meet the criteria for the target audience if you respond to an ad. We may share the information we have about you when you use our website with our identity partners/service provider. This includes your email address (in hashed format), IP address, and information about your browser and operating system. LiveRamp may return an online identification code to us for use in online, cross-channel, and in-app advertising. This information may also be stored in our first-party cookies and shared with advertising companies in order to enable interest-based or targeted advertising. To opt out of LiveRamp on Burke Texas Acquisitions, please go here:

Burke Texas Acquisitions may use code from third parties to enhance the user experience and help us measure our effectiveness. These third parties could include

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Pinterest
  • Google
  • YouTube

These third parties could collect information about your computer, including your IP address and cookies. Burke Texas Acquisitions is not responsible for this.

Burke Texas Acquisitions Privacy Policies do not apply to third-parties. We cannot even control their activities. For more information, please consult the privacy policies or contact these third parties.


Below are the categories that describe the personal data we collect from you and the sources we get it.

Personal IdentifiersDescription: email address

Device and online identifiers
Description: IP address; session ID (session start time)
Sources: Devices associated with you; Third-party information providers

Internet, browser, and network activity
Description: Clickstream/online website tracking data; data related to user behavior, e.g. browser visits, page views and visits; cookies or other similar technologies
Sources: Devices associated with you; Third-party information providers

Data about the location
Description: Country, region, and city
Sources: Devices associated with you; Third-party information providers


Your information may be used for the following purposes:

Information to you: Your e-mail address is used to send our weekly “Briefings”, a weekly email, to you. To allow you to request financial documents in the Investor Relations section, we will use your e-mail address.
To improve the site, we use your device, online identifiers and information about your internet, browser, network activity and location data to determine technical site performance.
Marketing: We use information from your internet, browser and network activity to market our products.
Operation of the site: Your IP address, location data and internet, browser and network activity are used to calculate site metrics.


Personal information may be shared with other entities, such as entities that provide services to you. Except as stated in this policy, we do not share any personal information you have collected via the site with other entities.

The following entities may have access to your data:

Service providers: To help us operate the site, we engage service providers. These service providers will analyze the information on our site and how you use it. These service providers may disclose information for such purposes, including device and online identifiers, information regarding your internet, browser, network activity, location data, and information about your Internet, browser, and network activities.
Other entities involved in legal process or emergency situations: We may share personal information with third parties as allowed by applicable laws and regulations. This includes responding to a subpoena, similar legal process, protecting from fraud, and cooperating with regulatory or law enforcement authorities. These information may include online identifiers and device data, as well as information about your internet, browser, network activity and location.
The law requires us to identify which categories of personal data we share with business purposes. The following categories of personal data are disclosed for business purposes: Personal and device identifiers; online identifiers; information about your internet, browser and network activity; and location data.


Burke Texas Acquisitions, LLC is committed protecting your privacy and confidentiality. Your personal information is only accessible to Burke Texas Acquisitions LLC employees and agents, as well as the third parties listed above under Sharing Personal Information with Other Entities. To protect your information from loss, misuse, modification, or unauthorized access or disclosure, we have implemented physical, electronic, and procedural safeguards. The following are some of the key features of our information security programme:

The Information Security Department is a dedicated group that plans, implements, and oversees our information security program.
Use of specialized technology, such as firewalls
Tests of security and operability of products before they are made available on the Internet. Also, ongoing scanning for known vulnerabilities in the technology.
External and internal reviews of our Internet websites and services
Monitoring our system infrastructure for potential intrusions and weaknesses;
Controls to authenticate, authorize and identify access to different systems or sites.
Information security during transmission via various means, including encryption, and
Provide appropriate training to Burke Texas Acquisitions, LLC employees and keep our security practices current in light of technological developments and new risks.

Reporting Security Vulnerabilities

Security professionals are encouraged to use responsible disclosure. We will notify you immediately if there is a vulnerability on the site. All legitimate reports will be investigated and followed up with if further details are needed. You can submit the vulnerability report at this link:


As a visitor to this website, the following information may be of interest:

Cookies are small text files that can be saved to your browser whenever you visit our sites or view ads we place on other sites. Please refer to our Cookies Policy for more information on cookies and how they are used by our Web sites. Also, learn about your rights regarding their use.

Burke Texas Acquisitions, LLC may collect “Clickstream” information (e.g., information about which pages you visit, how often you access them, and your product or service preferences). This data can be collected using cookies, Web beacons, tag tags, page tags, and similar tools. These tools are used when you visit the site, or view an advertisement that we place on another Web site. Burke Texas Acquisitions, LLC may share clickstream data with similar information internally. This is done to: assess the use, value, and performance of our online services and products; improve your user experience; and as permitted by law. We may use this information for the above-described purposes, or on our behalf, by other entities.

Burke Texas Acquisitions, LLC might make this Web site available to third-party applications, such as content linking and sharing facilities. The privacy policies of the providers of these applications govern information collected.

The site does not respond to “do NOT track” signals or other similar mechanisms.


This policy outlines the general ways Burke Texas Acquisitions, LLC protects personal information that you use to access and use this site. However, you may be given separate privacy notices or policies regarding specific products and services that Burke Texas Acquisitions, LLC offers. These notices will describe the privacy practices for those products or services. This policy can be modified from time to time in order to reflect changes to our practices regarding the collection and use personal information related to your site use. We will notify you if we make any material changes to this policy. For example, the revised copy will be posted on this page with an updated effective date. After being posted to our website, the revised policy will become effective immediately. This policy will be in effect from January 1, 2022.


California residents need to be aware that this section doesn’t apply to: Personal data covered by certain sector-specific privacy legislations, such as the Fair Credit Reporting Act, Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act and its implementing regulations. The California Financial Information Privacy Act, FIPA, and the Driver’s Privacy Protection Act, 1994. Or any other information subject to a California Consumer Privacy Act, (CCPA).

California residents have certain rights regarding their personal information under the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). These rights include the right to:

Ask for information about the personal data we have about you, and how we use and disclose it.
Request the details of the personal information we have about you in the twelve months prior to your request.
You can delete certain personal data that we have about you
You can opt-out of certain disclosures of personal information to third parties in certain circumstances.
You will not be discriminated against because you exercise any of these rights.
If you would like to discuss or exercise such rights, please contact us at or at (713) 429-1900.

California law requires that we verify all requests from you, when you exercise certain rights. We will verify the information that you have provided us with against third-party identity verification tools in order to verify that we have received your request. We may contact you to verify the information you have provided. An authorized agent may be designated by you to exercise certain rights on your behalf. This can be done by giving the agent power of attorney according to the California Probate Code, or by signing any other documentation that we may request. Follow the instructions to allow the authorized agent to make the request for you. We will contact you if an authorized agent submits a request for your benefit.

California law requires us to describe certain disclosures of personal data where we receive valuable consideration. California law considers such disclosures “sales”, even though no money is exchanged. California law states that we do not sell any information to third parties. We don’t knowingly sell personal information about minors under 16 years old.

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1919 taylor st, ste f #1063
(713) 429-1900