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What Information We Collect about YouAll the information we collect concerning you comes directly from the forms and correspondence you have with us – documents, contracts, applications and other completed or signed paperwork or records. We also compile information derived from any telephone conversations.
If you so authorize us, we may also collect information on you, as well as those who may have an interest in your annuity, primary residence, or insurance policy. We will locate this information from other sources, including from your insurance producer, insurance company, creditors, your other representatives, your health care providers and other advisors or representatives. We may also obtain information about you from other persons or public records, with your authorization.
Non-public, personal information that we collect can also include the following types:
1. Telephone and fax numbers
2. Email, street and mailing addresses
3. Financial information, including income and credit history
4. Your banking information and account numbers, as well as any information about your assets
5. Your credit history
6. Your full legal name and Social Security number
7. Your driver’s license number
8. Your place of employment and occupation
9. Information about judgments or liens
10. Information about bankruptcies and divorces
11. Information about probate or civil/criminal court proceedings
12. Your current health status, as well as previous health care treatments
Sharing Your Information – Disclosure on Who, When and HowAt Settlements.org, we believe in protecting your privacy. Only with your consent and authorization will we rent or sell your non-public personal information. However, we do disclose any information necessary if we are required by law. Your non-public personal health information is only disclosed to our affiliates and non-affiliated service providers with your permission.
If you so authorize us, we will also disclose your non-public personal health information to other entities that partner with us for financing and/or financial support purposes involved in your requested transaction. Per legal requirements and with authorization from you, we may provide your health information to ensure our authorized representative can contact you for purposes as pertaining to your current health conditions or status.
In accordance with the law and your authorization, we will share your non-public personal financial information with non-affiliated service providers in instances related to any transaction you request, as well as our own affiliates under these additional circumstances:
- In order to establish or exercise our legal rights or to defend against legal claims
- In conjunction with a proposed or actual sale, transfer, exchange, merger or consolidation of settlement capital or any portion of our business
- In order to secure the services and advice from our auditors, attorneys and accountants
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We do track users who come to our site. We utilize cookies to determine the type of browser being used, what pages you read and the length of time you stay on each page. If you leave and return to Settlements.org, it’s possible for us to track you over time as a repeat visitor, unless you clear the cookies from your computer. This is also called clearing your computer cache. If you remove your cookies or do not enable cookies in your browser, we are unable to track your navigation. No information gathered from cookies is shared with any affiliate, partner or other website.