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CBA Privacy Policy

Welcome to the Consumer Bankers Association web site. CBA is committed to protecting user privacy and we welcome any questions or concerns that you may have. You can reach the site administrator by e-mail at webmaster@cbanet.org.

At our web site, we do not collect any personal identifying information other than that which you specifically and knowingly provide to us.

We do keep track of the number of visitors and their domain names (i.e., yahoo.com, aol.com, google.com). This is done through a "log file" which is standard technology for most commercial web sites. Our log file, however, does not collect or retain your e-mail address or any other personal information about you.

The CBA web site does not use "cookies" for reporting purposes. A cookie is a program that is placed by a host web site onto the hard drive of the computer a visitor is using when browsing a site. Cookies can be used to track the different web pages viewed within one web site and to identify the visitor when that person returns to that site.

Occasionally, we are approached by some of our member companies and service providers who have an interest in our customers. If the company has a product to offer that we believe would interest CBA members, or they are collecting information for research or for some other legitimate purpose, we may share certain information with them if they are under a contractual arrangement with us.

We review all of our policies and procedures to protect your privacy and will revise our practices when necessary.

CBA members, the United States' leading financial institutions, have a long history of maintaining the trust and confidence of the American public. Toward this end, CBA recognizes the public's expectation of privacy when dealing with personal information. Privacy policies of member institutions can also be found on their individual home pages.

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