We are dedicated to serve our donors and visitors. As we improve and expand our services, we understand that we need to protect your confidentiality and privacy. To do so, we have implemented certain measures and practices. These help preserve you confidentiality and nonpublic personal information.
We receive and collect your personal information from the forms and applications that you fill over the internet, phone, and face-to-face meetings. Some examples of your information include you name, address, phone number, social security number, and credit history. We also receive information about you from the transactions that you have made with us and other. Some examples of the transaction include your payment history, account balance, and account activity. In addition, we receive information about you from the consumer reporting agency. This information includes credit score, credit reports, and other information detailing your creditworthiness. We also collect information about you from your employers. This information includes the verification of your employment, income, or deposits.
Your personal information is safe with us. We only use it to reply to your queries and do not make it available to any third party except when necessary to complete an order or request or as required to be disclosed under law.
Your data is confidential and we make sure that our employees strictly follow the data protection and confidentiality policies. However, we are not responsible for any information that you provide to other Web sites, which are linked to our Web site.
We reserve the right to add, deleted, and change terms of this Privacy Statement any time.
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