Your privacy is very important to Omni Financial Services, Inc. That is why we have always maintained policies and procedures that are intended to ensure the responsible handling of your personal information. This document describes our privacy practices. The examples given below of types of information we collect and the categories of parties with whom we share information are intended to illustrate our information practices; they are not intended to be exhaustive.
What personal information may we collect?
We collect personal information about you in order to offer financial products and services, administer our business, perform statistical analysis, and comply with all applicable laws and regulations. The type of information we collect depends on the type of product and services you purchase.
We may collect personal information about you, such as:
- Information we receive on applications or other forms, such as name, address, social security number, assets, income and beneficiaries;
- Information about your transactions or experiences with us and our affiliates as outlined in this notice; and
What information may we disclose?
As permitted by law, we may disclose the above listed information to affiliates, companies that perform marketing or administrative services on our behalf or other financial institutions with which we have joint marketing agreements.
To whom may we disclose personal information?
As permitted by law, we may disclose some or all of the information we collect to affiliates and non-affiliated third parties such as:
- Companies that perform services for us on our behalf (such as vendors we hire to respond to customer requests and provide you with information about our products or services); or
- Financial institutions (such as banks, insurance companies, securities brokers or dealers with whom we have marketing agreements)
Is access to nonpublic personal information restricted?
Yes. We restrict access to your nonpublic personal information to only those employees who have a legitimate business need to know in order to provide products or services to you. Our employees are educated and trained to adhere to strict confidentiality standards in order to protect your personal information. Any employee who violates such confidentiality standards is subject to discipline. We maintain physical, electronic, and procedural safeguards to protect you nonpublic information.
When information is disclosed to a third party in connection with the marketing or administration of our financial products and services, those organizations would be required by contract to keep this information in confidence with procedures and practices at least as strict as those that we have established for our company.
What should you do if you discover an error in you record in any communication you receive from us?
Reasonable care will be taken to keep pertinent records current, complete and accurate. Procedures are in place to correct any errors that are brought to our attention. If you see any inaccuracy in your statements, or in any other communication from us, you can report these errors by calling 941-939-4455.
What happens to your information when you are no longer our customer?
Information about former customers is kept for the period of time required by our Records Retention Policies. During this period of time, the information is not disclosed except as required or permitted by law. The information is destroyed when we are no longer required to keep it.
What happens if we revise our information sharing practices?