TransUnion respects, considers important and protects the privacy interests and information of Web users. We make this commitment to all visitors to any TransUnion web site. We are committed to protecting any information you provide while visiting our sites.
- What information we collect from you and how we use your information
- With whom do we share your information
- What cookies are and how they are used at our sites
- What kind of security TransUnion uses to protect your personal information
- Third Party sites
- How you can opt-out of receiving information about TransUnion products and services
- The kind of security procedures that are in place to protect the loss, misuse, or alterations of information under TransUnion's management
- How you can correct inaccuracies in the information
When you visit the TransUnion web site to obtain a copy of your credit profile, personal information is required in order to process the request and perform identity verification. This information may include your name, mailing address (current and previous), date of birth, phone number, the name of your employer, and other information. In addition, we collect information about your credit card so that we can process the payment of your request. We capture this information to ensure that your credit profile is delivered to you and that you are protected against an unauthorised person obtaining a copy of your credit profile. TransUnion also may use this information to update our consumer credit database.
Personal info is any and all of the information specific to you that you provide us over the Internet which you enter on the online registration form for a credit enquiry. Certain information, such as passwords and email addresses, is collected in order to, amongst other things, verify your identity and confirm currently stored information in our record system. Information collected at TransUnion's web sites may be used to update our consumer and/or business credit profiles. Our consumer and business credit profiles are available only to business customers who have a permissible purpose and the consumer or business themselves. We limit the type of information that we disclose to business customers based on the balance between their needs, permissible purpose and the likely consumer benefit.
Disclosure of information
In no event however, will TransUnion disclose any of your personal financial information.
To prevent unauthorised access, maintain data accuracy and ensure the appropriate use of information, we have established appropriate physical, electronic and managerial procedures to safeguard the information you provide to us.
TransUnion has state of the art technology and has implemented security measures to protect against the loss, misuse or alterations of the information under our control by unauthorised 3rd parties. The TransUnion user database is backed up on a regular basis, and our services do not allow anonymous or otherwise unauthenticated access at any time.
Currently TransUnion uses SSL 3.0 (Secure Socket Layer) 128-bit data encryption to protect your data and secure your transactions. SSL encrypts all your personal information including credit card number, name and addresses as it is transmitted over the Internet.
Of course, no data transmission over the Internet can be guaranteed 100% secure, and TransUnion does not warrant that your information will be absolutely secure. Any transmission of data on or through the use of TransUnion's site is at your own risk.
Third party sites
TransUnion will never sell your email address to third parties for purposes of email spamming. You will never be sent unsolicited advertisements - only messages from TransUnion to which you have subscribed, and to which you may unsubscribe at any time.
TransUnion offers the user the opportunity to opt-out of receiving communication from us at any point where we request information about you. This can be done by way of a single click cancellation from all email communications (unsubscribe) facility.
Cookies are small pieces of data that allow the TransUnion web server to recognise you. Cookies are issued by a specific web server, stored in your web browser and can only be read by the issuing server.
At no point in time will any of your personal information be stored in a cookie.
If you have any questions about this privacy statement, the practices of this site or your dealings with this web site, please contact the webmaster.