Do you use cookies on your website?

Yes. When users visit our website, we use technologies such as cookies, pixel tags, web beacons, device or computer identifiers, and other technologies to receive and store information. This is done to improve the online experience for our users.Read More

Do cookies collect my personal information?

Cookies do not collect personal information about users, but they may collect device-specific information (such as hardware model and operating system version), the web address from which a user came, the type of browser used, the internet protocol address, and the device type (mobile phone, tablet, or computer) used to access our site. When our…Read More

Why do you use cookies on your website?

We use cookies to enhance and deliver the greatest online experience for our users, as well as for reporting, analytics, and research objectives, such as how visitors use our website, localization, advertising, and reaction to such efforts. This allows us to better personalize the website experience for our visitors and make our marketing communications more…Read More

Do you use third-party cookies on your site?

Yes. When users visit other websites around the Internet, we work with third-party partners to offer advertising about our services. These suppliers use third-party cookies to help us provide adverts that are tailored to specific product preferences and increase the performance of our marketing campaigns.Read More

What are browser cookies?

A browser cookie is a little bit of data that a website may save and retrieve later. We utilize the information saved in such cookies to customize your visit to our website in order to provide better service to our customers. A cookie can only be read by the website that originally placed it. Many…Read More

How do you use third party service providers?

Third-party technology providers may be used to create and assess our online advertising and site use. We do not share any personally identifying information about you with these merchants, such as your name, postal address, or account number.Read More

What is your email correspondence policy?

When you apply for a loan, we will save your e-mail address to make it easier for us to communicate with you about your account, fulfill a service you requested, notify you of new services, and better serve you. W e will not provide highly sensitive information like account numbers or social security numbers via email.…Read More