You take privacy seriously and so does CBC. We are committed to protecting the personal information of our customers. This policy is one way of sustaining your trust in CBC and our services.
What Personal Information does CBC Collect?
- social security number in whole or in part,
- telephone number,
- CBC account number,
- account number at a bank or other financial institution, type of bank account, and the
- name of the bank or other financial institution,
- email address,
- information about your lawsuit, settlement or annuity,
- date of birth,
- employment information, and
- income information.
How Does CBC Use the Personal Information?
Do You Share the Personal Information You Collect About Me?
We may share some of the information we collect about you to third parties, such as companies performing services on our behalf, to provide the products or services you have requested.
We may share information we collect about you with companies with whom we have formal agreements to offer you other products and services.
We may also share information about you with our affiliates (companies related to CBC) and with non-affiliates for analysis, market research and marketing purposes, as allowed by law.
We may disclose your personal information as otherwise permitted or required by law.
Any company with which we share information about you for the above purposes is contractually required to comply with confidentiality standards.
When you browse or visit one of our web sites, we may store certain information on your computer. This information may be in the form of a small text file called a “cookie” and can help us to tailor our sites to your individual preferences and save you time if you visit the site again. For example, cookies may include the country webpage you prefer or your language preference.
We may also use cookie technology or other online tracking technologies, like web beacons, to gather anonymous, aggregate information about your visit to our web sites. This information allows us to measure site activity and to create ideas for improving our sites and may include the time and length of your visit, the web pages you look at on our sites, the web site you visited just before coming to ours and your internet service provider. If we provide you a link from a CBC site to another site, we may track the fact that you navigated to that other site from ours, and we may track your activity while on that site. This will help us understand which links are helpful to you when you visit our site, and will help us provide you with links that may be of interest to you, when you visit our site again.