Caribbean Union Internet Banking may use the information we collect about you in the following ways:
Caribbean Union Internet Banking may randomly present surveys to visitors of our web site. The survey data is collected anonymously and is used to help improve our services. We do not use the survey data for marketing purposes, and you are not required to complete online surveys.
Caribbean Union Internet Banking may present product and service offers to you when visiting our web site. You can choose to accept these offers, decline them, or view them at a later time. You are not required to accept online offers.
Caribbean Union Internet Banking sometimes places online ads on web sites that are not affiliated with Caribbean Union Bank. If you select one of these ads, Caribbean Union Internet Banking may track the response rate and the web site activity associated with each ad. The response rate data is collected anonymously, and is used to help us plan future online advertising campaigns.
Caribbean Union Internet Banking monitors web site activity to better understand the needs of our visitors and to improve our services. For more information on how Caribbean Union Internet Banking tracks web site activity, please see our section about .
Your information is obtained or used only with your consent
We obtain your consent before we:
- obtain a credit report
- offer you other products and services
- send you information about products and services by means of direct marketing
- provided it is legally permitted, share your information in confidence within the Caribbean Union Bank
- obtain, use or disclose to other persons, information about you unless we are obliged to do so by law or to protect our interests
- use your information in any way we didn't tell you about previously
Your consent can be express or implied
Express consent can be verbal or written. For example, when you sign a credit application you are giving your written consent for us to obtain a credit report.
You imply consent when we can reasonably conclude you have given consent by some action you've taken, or when you decide not to take action. For example, if we offer a credit card with attached conditions and if you use the credit card, we can conclude that you have consented to the conditions.