Rick Hendrick respects the privacy of our customers and the confidential nature of the information that you provide us during the course of our relationship. Our mission is to provide you with superior products and services while assuring the privacy and security of your non-public personal information. We value your trust and believe that you should know about the information we collect, the measures we take to safeguard that information, and situations in which we might share your information.
What information do we collect?
As an essential part of our business, we obtain certain non-public personal information about you in order to provide automotive products or services to you. The information we receive comes directly from you on applications or other forms completed by you and from consumer reporting agencies. The types of information we receive may include addresses, social security numbers, family information, and financial information, including information about transactions with other financial institutions.
What information do we share?
We do not disclose non-public personal information about our current or former customers to any non-affiliated entity, except as permitted by law. Examples of disclosures which we are permitted to make include: disclosures necessary to implement your automotive needs; disclosures made with your consent or at your direction; disclosures made to your legal representative; disclosures made in response to a subpoena or inquiry from an insurance or other regulatory authority; disclosures made to comply with federal, state or local laws to protect against fraud; disclosures to financial institutions when financing is provided; disclosures to the manufacturers in reference to your automobile purchased or serviced.
What measures do we take to protect your information?
We maintain appropriate physical, electronic and procedural safeguards to protect your information from unauthorized access and restrict the access of our employees and agents to only those who need this information in order to provide products or services to you. Our employees receive training regarding our privacy policies and understand the confidential nature of this information. Examples of the activities requiring access to non-public personal information include: processing credit applications; title and registration and delivery reporting to manufacturers; processing the paperwork necessary to provide products or services to you. We have established and maintain procedures that comply with all state and federal laws and regulations regarding the security of your non-public personal information.
- Rick Hendrick
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