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The Privacy Policy describes our current practices with respect to your privacy, the collection and use of personally identifiable information, and your choices with respect to our use and collection thereof.

The personal identifiable information we collect includes the “Employee Information” described below.

Effective monitoring should include the review of select retail payment transaction items to ensure they are accurate and processed timely.

The integrity and accuracy of retail payment transactions posted to customer accounts depend on the use of proper control procedures throughout all phases of processing, including outsourced functions.

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You can review and revoke access for applications by visiting the Apps tab in your account settings on

If you wish to grant a third-party application access to your account, we recommend that you only do so using Twitter’s OAuth method.

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Financial institutions should establish and maintain effective vendor and third-party management programs because of the increasing reliance on nonbank providers.

When we post changes to this Privacy Policy, we will revise the date at the top and/or bottom of this Privacy Policy.

Capitalized terms not defined in this Privacy Policy are set forth in the Terms of Use.

Many retail payment services are directly related to core processing financial institution operations (e.g., accessing demand deposit accounts through the use of financial institution-issued bankcards) and may be run in-house through the use of purchased turnkey systems.

However, financial institutions outsource many retail payment-related services to third parties, including foreign-based, either to enhance the services performed in-house or to offer new retail payment services that are otherwise not cost effective.


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