The following is a summary of some of things we don’t do:
We do not sell or share your information with any third parties.
When you visit our website we do not collect any personal or company information unless you choose to provide that information to us.
Now that you know a few of things we do not do, the following are some of the things that we do:
We Protect Your Information:
– Using Secure Socket Layer (SSL) encryption technology to prevent unauthorized parties from viewing any information you provide to or receive from IdentiQ Finance.
– By limiting access to your information to only those authorized parties that have a “need to know”.
– By requiring all our employees (i.e. IdentiQ Finance employees) to undergo regular privacy training and to sign a written pledge to protect all confidential information.
We Communicate With You:
– Once you have inquired about doing business with us as necessary to provide you the information you require and to complete any transaction you elect to undertake with us.
– To provide you the excellent service you expect of us and/or to recommend loan related products or services.
We Limit the Sharing of the information you provide to us and authorize to evaluate as a part of our due diligence to:
– Service providers that assist us with evaluating, processing or other functions such as our bank and information verification companies.
– As required by law.
Information we collect and use.
Information that we share with third parties and why we share it.
Security technologies and procedures we use to protect your information.
Choices available to you regarding the use of your information.
How to contact us regarding privacy related issues.
Information we collect and use
IdentiQ Finance may collect and use your information to respond to your requests for our products or services or to provide you with information about our products and services that may be of value to you. While certain information that you provide to us may be publicly available from other sources (e.g. government records, telephone directories, the internet, etc.), we treat all of your information as if it were not otherwise publicly available.
IdentiQ Finance collects personal information when you:
Provide such information on our website by inquiring about a product we offer.
In order to respond to your inquiry, we collect information including your name, email address, address, telephone numbers, and other business / reference information.
Contact IdentiQ Finance with a question, suggestion or to inquire about a product or service we offer.
When you contact IdentiQ Finance with a question or suggestion we collect your name, email address and telephone number. We use this information only to respond to your question or suggestion. When you contact IdentiQ Finance to inquire about a product or service we collect any information you elect to provide to assist us in responding to your inquiry. We use this information only to respond to your inquiry.
IdentiQ Finance also collects information from other sources:
Government records: We may solicit and receive information from various government records.
We use this information to determine your eligibility for a product or service we offer.
IdentiQ Finance also uses technology to:
Gather technical information from your web browser (IP address, operating system, etc,),
Set persistent cookies on your computer; and, collect anonymous and non-personally identifiable information about your use and navigation of our website.
We use this information to assist us in assessing the effectiveness of our website, loan products and services, to establish that you a unique visitor to our website, to assist you in using our website and for routine website maintenance.
If you choose to disable cookies, you may still have access to most of our website. As a security precaution, however, you may not have access to the secured pages of our website (i.e. those pages that allow you to provide your information to inquire about one of our loan products or services).
Information that we share with third parties and why we share it
IdentiQ Finance may share your personal information:
With companies or government entities involved in loan process.
Examples may include government databases such as the State Secretary’s of State, The Internal Revenue Service, financial institutions that provide us financing vehicles or relationships.
With service providers that assist us with processing or other functions.
Examples may include credit reporting companies and other information service providers
As required by law.
Examples may include a need to share your information with law enforcement or other government agencies in response to a subpoena, federal or state audits or other similar circumstances.
We will not share any of your information with any third party marketing firms.
Security technologies and procedures we use to protect your personal information
IdentiQ Finance uses various security technologies to encrypt information and otherwise guarantee information privacy and integrity.
IdentiQ Finance further protects your information by limiting access to such information only to authorized parties that have a “need to know” and by requiring all of our employees (i.e. IdentiQ Finance employees) to undergo regular privacy training and to sign a written pledge to protect your personal information.
Choices available to you regarding the use of your personal information
Unless otherwise prohibited by law and with reasonable notice, we will provide you access to all information that you have provided to us to through your visits to or use of our website or telephone or other communications with us. We will also provide you the ability to make any corrections to such information if necessary, or to request that such information be removed from our systems. You may do so by contacting us at the email address and telephone number indicated below.
How to contact us regarding privacy related issues
If you have any questions, concerns or suggestions regarding privacy related issues, please contact us immediately by phone} or via email.
Last revision date: March 1, 2019