WHO WE ARE
Our website address is: http://danielamortgageshopper.com/.
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YOUR PRIVACY IS PROTECTED
Keeping our customers’ information and affairs in strict confidence is a cornerstone of Daniela Murano’s business. The range of products and services we offer our customers continues to expand, and the technology we use continues to change. But, no matter how our business changes, we’ll always protect your privacy.
Our policies and procedures which we practice in order to protect your privacy are in place across danielamortgageshopper.com.
The following describes these policies and procedures and how we put them into practice so that you have control over how we collect, use and disclose your information.
Protecting Your Privacy Means:
OUR PRIVACY POLICIES PROTECT ALL OF OUR CUSTOMERS
When you first become a danielamortgageshopper.com customer, and whenever you apply for more products and services, we let you know that besides your name, address and telephone number, we need information to:
We may review and analyze your use of products and services, to help protect you from unauthorized use of your accounts, to help us serve you better, and to bring other products and services to your attention which we feel will be of benefit to you. We also collect and analyze information from other sources for the same purposes.
Certain information, such as a driver’s license, although convenient for identification, is voluntary. It is up to you whether you want to provide those or some other suitable identification, subject to any legal requirements.
We collect, use and disclose personal information only for purposes that a reasonable person would consider appropriate in the circumstances.
YOUR INFORMATION IS OBTAINED OR USED ONLY WITH YOUR CONSENT
We obtain your consent before we:
WE ASK FOR YOUR CONSENT BEFORE USING YOUR SOCIAL INSURANCE NUMBER
When we obtain a report and update your information with a credit bureau, your Social Insurance Number (SIN) is the best way to make sure that the information actually refers to you. Wrong information can lead us into making wrong conclusions about you. You should be aware, though, that using your SIN this way is voluntary for you. While the law requires us to ask for your SIN when you open an account which earns income, we need to get your consent to use it in any other way. If you choose not to give us your SIN, this by itself will not prevent you from getting credit or any other service.
YOUR CONSENT CAN BE EXPRESS OR IMPLIED
Express consent can be verbal or written. When you sign a credit application, for example, you are providing written consent for us to obtain a credit report while also agreeing to receive emails from us according to Canada Anti-Spam Legislation.
You imply consent when we can reasonably conclude that you’ve given consent by some action you’ve taken, or when you decide not to take action. If we give you an opportunity to tell us you don’t want direct marketing material and you don’t tell us that you don’t want us to send it, we can conclude that you have no objection.
We will rely on your implied consent to use and disclose identifying information about you, such as your name and address.
YOU CAN WITHDRAW YOUR CONSENT AFTER YOU’VE GIVEN IT
You can withdraw your consent any time after you’ve given it to us, provided there are no legal requirements to prevent this. However, in order to maintain the integrity of the credit reporting system, we do have to update your credit information with the credit bureau as long as you have credit with us. Your consent for this purpose cannot be withdrawn during this time.
If you don’t consent to certain uses of information, or if you withdraw your consent, we may not be able to provide you with a particular product or service. If so, we’ll explain the situation to you to help you with your decision.
We do not share information about you without your consent. In the event of a legal reason, we may be compelled to release information to a court of law, or other legal or regulatory authority. If so, our policy is to release the information only to the extent that we have to.
WE PROTECT YOUR INFORMATION FROM ERROR, LOSS, AND UNAUTHORIZED ACCESS
Our employees who have access to your information are made aware of how to keep it confidential. Each employee must sign an agreement stating that maintaining confidentiality is a condition of employment with The danielamortgageshopper.com website.
Our computer security specialists build security into all our computer systems.
This protects your information at all times, when it is stored in data files or handled by our employees. Our systems also protect your information when it is transmitted.
YOUR INFORMATION IS DESTROYED WHEN IT IS NO LONGER NEEDED
We keep your information only so long as we need it for the products and services you’re using, to offer you products and services when you are a customer and for a reasonable time thereafter, or to meet any legal requirements. We have retention standards which meet these requirements. We destroy your information when it is no longer needed, or we remove your name from the information.
YOU CAN SEE AND VERIFY THE ACCURACY OF YOUR INFORMATION
You can check your information to verify, update and correct it, and to have any obsolete information removed. We may ask you to put your request in writing.
There’s no charge for verifying or correcting your information. Depending on the circumstances, there may be a charge if you want a copy of records which we have already given you. We will let you know in advance if there is a charge.
If you have a sensory disability, we will give you access to your personal information in any alternative format you request if we already have it in that format or if its conversion into that format is reasonable and necessary in order for you to be able to exercise your rights under applicable legislation.
It may not be appropriate for us to release certain information directly to you.
If we have obtained information about you from other people, upon your request, we’ll let you know the person we got it from.