City Credit Union recognizes the importance of protecting the privacy of personal information about our members, and it is our goal to protect that information in every way. The Credit Union has never shared non-public personal information and the Credit Union will continue to protect member privacy:
City Credit Union Privacy Disclosure Policy
The Credit Union will not disclose member non-public personal information other than to non-affiliated third parties as permitted by law (for example, to reputable credit reporting bureaus). The Credit Union only asks for information the Credit Union truly needs to complete a transaction or maintain a business relationship with a member.
The Credit Union uses this information to protect and administer member records, accounts, and funds. Types of information The Credit Union collects:
• Name and address
• Social security number
• Information from consumer reports such as a consumer’s credit worthiness and credit history
• Assets and income
• Account balance
• Payment history
• Parties to the transaction
What the Credit Union does to protect the confidentiality and integrity on non-public personal information.
The Credit Union restricts employee access to personal information. The Credit Union maintains physical, electronic and procedural safeguards that comply with federal regulations to protect your information. The Credit Union requires all organizations to which we provide data as permitted by law to have similar privacy safeguards, to further ensure member confidentiality.