Financial Privacy

Most people care about protecting their financial information more than any other type. It’s the kind of information found on your loan or credit card application, in your account statements, and on your payment and overdraft histories.

This information can help you exercise your rights under state and federal law and gain control over your personal financial information.

SB 1 of 2003, the California Financial Information Privacy Act, Financial Code sections 4050-4060, includes a statutory privacy notice referenced at section 4053(d), which can be found here: Important Privacy Choices for Consumers.