Privacy Policy


This organization respects the privacy of our clients and commits to protect the personal financial privacy rights of users of our online services - in the same fashion that we keep all of our client's personal financial information confidential our normal course of business. We will retain and use personal information only as appropriate in the normal course of our business in order to provide you with the services you have requested. We will also use your personal information to communicate with you, which in turn helps us to provide the best services.

It is our policy to enforce security levels that limit employee access to private customer records unless those records are necessary to serve the customer. This policy extends to customer submissions via our web site.

At times, we may utilize email addresses we collect during correspondence to better communicate with our customer base, along with web site log files to improve web site content.

This organization does not and will not disclose customer information, including names, addresses, email addresses or account information to unaffiliated third parties, unless:

If you would like to reduce the amount of advertising you receive from companies other than ourselves, you can refer to the Direct Marketing Association (DMA) for assistance. You may request that the DMA delete your name from telephone, mailing and e-mailing lists used by their members in marketing products and services to you. Information on these lists is usually obtained from public sources. Your request lasts for five years and includes all versions of your name in which you currently receive information, your address, and your telephone number.

To reduce advertising received by mail, contact:

Mail Preference Service

c/o Direct Marketing Association
P.O. Box 9008 Farmingdale
NY 11735-9008

Telephone Preference Service

c/o Direct Marketing Association
P.O. Box 9014 Farmingdale
NY 11735-9014

E-mail Preference Service

c/o Direct Marketing Association