“Personal data” refers to information about you, such as your identity, finances, and online activities, as defined in this statement.
When it comes to how data is collected, stored, and used is customers’ rights and options.
You have the right to a copy of the personal information we’ve collected about you over the last year in payless merchant solutions. You also have the right to have any personal information we hold about you removed. If you want to see or erase your data, contact us or request through your account settings. Because you exercise your privacy rights, we will not refuse you service, charge you a different fee, or provide you with a reduced level of service. If you live in California, learn more about how we’ve handled your privacy rights.
We’ll need to verify your identification before we can respond to your request to see or delete your data. If we are unable to verify your identity, we will be unable to fulfill your request.
Recognizing your payless merchant solutions alternatives
You have control over how we collect, use, and share your personal information, as well as how we communicate with you. Here are a few examples of how you can tailor your choices.
We have complete control over how we acquire personal data.
You have the option of restricting the information you provide when our apps or services ask for personal information. It’s critical to realize that personal data enables us to provide you with a richer, more personalized experience, which can assist you in making better decisions. Furthermore, some personal information is required for our services to function.
Sharing your contacts, for example, makes it easier to find people to whom you want to make a financial donation. If you don’t wish to share your contacts with us, you can still use our mobile apps, but some tasks may take longer or be more difficult. Another example is creating an account with us. If you choose not to provide information that is required for an account to function, such as your name and email address, we will be unable to create one for you.
Choose how connected accounts collect and utilize your personal information.
If you link your account to a third-party service, you may be able to restrict how your data is collected, used, and shared. Check out third-party privacy policies to see what alternatives they offer. Which third-party services you connect to your account and what personal information they can collect are entirely up to you.
You have complete control over how we communicate with you.
You have numerous options for how we connect with you depending on the goal of the communication and how it is delivered. Some messages are optional, while some are necessary to maintain your accounts with us. We use email, SMS messaging, push notifications on your mobile device, and even print mail depending on the scenario and your choices.
You won’t be able to turn off notifications that are considered necessary for account management, such as receipts and emails alerting you to changes in your account’s status that require your attention. You may have the option of receiving those messages via email, text message, or a mobile device notification.
We place a high priority on your privacy. To protect the security of the information we collect, use, and disclose, we perform regular periodic reviews. This Online Privacy Notice (“Notice”) for the United States outlines how Bank of America and its affiliates handle personal information about you when you interact with us online through our websites, mobile apps, and social media sites.
- How we collect personal information about you when you visit, utilize, or interact with us online, as well as through advertisements on our or non-affiliated third-party online services.
- How we may use and distribute personal information we collect from you to provide you with products and services. As well as for marketing purposes.