Azzule.com Privacy Security
PRIVACY NOTICE DISCLOSURE
Our Commitment to Privacy
At Azzule.com, we are doing everything we can to protect your privacy. We value your time and your interest in Azzule.com. We have placed a high priority on ensuring the security and privacy of data pertaining to each Customer or Client, including those who visit our Web site. We are aware that you have entrusted us with your financial information regarding your accounts.
Azzule.com believes it is important to inform you of the data protection and privacy practices that we have instituted. We have:
- 1. Established specific security protection practices to ensure privacy of information
- 2. Established control methods to limit access to member/consumer data.
- 3. Formalized procedures to ensure the maintenance of accurate information.
- 4. Established procedures on the disclosure of member account information.
- 5. Defined standards for member/consumer data collection, use, and sharing of data.
- 6. Ensured our staff is committed to protect a member/consumer’s right to data privacy.
Accuracy of Information
Every effort is made to ensure that our member records are complete and correct. If you detect an error on your statement or on any other communication from us, please contact us at the number listed below as soon as possible.
Collection and Use of Information
We need to collect information about you to conduct our business relationship. However, in order to protect your information, we maintain and enforce strict security procedures.
We collect only the information that is necessary to deliver quality products and services to our users. Only authorized and trained employees have access to user information. We also are continually assessing new technology, as it becomes available, to continue to best protect your privacy.
Call Azzule Systems at 805.354.7066
Write us at:
2520 Skyway Drive, Suite A
Santa Maria, CA 93455
Please include the name, address, social security number, and account numbers of all affected accounts at Azzule.com.
E-Mail our member data privacy desk: SecureSites@azzule.com
Sharing of Information in Other Circumstances
As permitted by law, we may share information about your identity, such as your name, social security number, and driver’s license number, transactions with our credit union, such as account numbers and repayment history, your application, such as income and or asset information, and credit report or other similar information.
Situations where this type of sharing would be appropriate could include:
- When we contract with third parties to help deliver our services to you
- When credit bureaus or others, as appropriate, ask for credit references in the course of customary business practices
When we share information with third parties, we hold all such parties to the same high standards as we do ourselves with respect to privacy of your information.
Our Web Site
When you visit our Web Site at www.azzule.com, we want you to feel secure that we are respecting your privacy. The only private information we have about you is the information you choose to give us, such as providing feedback or completing a form. We do not release that information to others without notifying you on the form and getting your consent.
Our Commitment to Data Security
To find out if your transaction is guarded by SSL, look for the picture of the unbroken key or closed lock in your browser window (both the Netscape Navigator/Communicator and Microsoft Internet Explorer browsers use SSL). Either indicator means SSL is hard at work. (If you don’t see either one, or if you see a broken key or an open lock, that means SSL is definitely not hard at work protecting your transaction.)
The easy way, you can tell if SSL is guarding your transaction is to check the URL of the site you are visiting. It should change from “http” to “https” when processing secure transactions.
For example, let’s say you go to amazon.com. When you start to send your bank card and other data to them, you can choose to use a secure server. If you select that, you’ll notice that the URL will change from http://www.amazon.com/ to https://www.amazon.com/ the extra “s” is for “secure site”.