What Should You Know?
We recognize our responsibility to keep information about you confidential and secure. We do not sell or share client information with outside marketers, so there is no need for you to tell us not to.
This policy covers client information, which means non-public client information about a current or former relationship with Goodman Factors. You are protected not only by Goodman Factor's commitment to maintain your privacy, but also by state and federal laws.
How We Collect Personal Information
Goodman Factors collects, retains, and uses information about you in an appropriate and responsible manner. Information will only be collected when it is necessary or useful in order to operate our business, to better understand your financial needs, to make available products, services and other opportunities that may be of interest to you, to help protect against fraud and as required by law.
Uses of Shared Information
Goodman Factors does not share information in any way other than what is described below and prescribed by law. Therefore, Goodman Factors information sharing practices do not require opt out notices to our clients.
To provide products and services you have requested or otherwise authorized;
To maintain or service your accounts with us;
To comply with requests by our regulatory agencies; and
To comply with a law, regulation, reporting requirements, legal process or court order as permitted by law.
We share information about your transactions with credit reporting agencies as required or permitted by law.
Right to Financial Privacy
If we receive a subpoena or similar legal process demanding release of any information about you, we will generally attempt to notify you first unless we believe we are prohibited from doing so by law. Except as required by law or as described above, we do not share information with other parties, including government agencies.
Maintaining Accuracy of Information
Goodman Factors strives to ensure that the information it maintains about you is accurate, current and complete. Procedures are in place to respond to your requests regarding inaccurate information in a timely manner. We maintain security standards and procedures to help prevent unauthorized access to your information, and we regularly review, test and update our technology and procedures to improve the security and accuracy of such information. We investigate your inquiries about information received from us (or from a credit bureau reflecting information we have provided) that you believe to be inaccurate. We correct information we determine to be incorrect.
We reserve the right to make changes to this policy at any time. We will notify our clients if we do so. If you have any questions, please call us at 972-241-3297.