Ten interrelated principles form the basis of the Credit Union Code for the Protection of Personal Information (the Code). Each principle must be read in conjunction with the accompanying commentary.
Me-Dian Credit Union will only gather information that is essential to the product or service that our members request from us. Me-Dian Credit Union will collect your personal information fairly and legally, and you will be fully informed of these actions. We will only use the gathered information for its purpose and for nothing else. We will not rent, trade or sell you information to any third parties.
The following information listed will show how Me-Dian Credit Union gathers information from you.
We require name, contact information and occupation to establish your identity and to communicate all future account information and available services. This information is also frequently queried and updated to meet the minimum industry and regulatory requirements necessary for all members. Age, Gender, and Date of Birth helps Me-Dian Credit Union confirm you identity, detect and prevent error, identity theft, fraud and helps safeguard you financial interests. This information may also be used to ascertain the suitability and/or eligibility for certain products or services we offer.
Me-Dian Credit Union is legally required to acquire your social insurance number if there are any tax consequences to your transitions. We also use your SIN to conduct personal investigations, such as credit bureaus, and in conducting identity verifications as required.
We may examine you financial information to identify appropriate products and services, or to determine you eligibility if applying for new credit or account services. To best serve your future needs, we'll often reexamine the products and services you have with us in an effort to promote other services that may be of value to you. You may opt to stop receiving promotional offers at any time.
Your personal information may be accessed during internal audit. These audits help us protect you from illegal or fraudulent activity. If required by law or for security or regulatory reasons, we may disclose your information to a third party, such as our insurance provider if a claim is made. Me-Dian Credit Union will only disclose the specific information required and nothing more.
We have appointed a Privacy Officer to be accountable for the security and collection of your personal information. Our Privacy Officer will also answer any questions you may have about how Me-Dian Credit Union collects and uses your information.
To Contact Our Privacy Officer
Me-Dian Credit Union
Attn: Privacy Officer
303 Selkirk Avenue
By Phone: 204-943-9111
By Fax: 204-942-3698
By Email: firstname.lastname@example.org