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The companies of the American Modern Insurance Group (“American Modern”) respect you and your right to privacy. We value your trust. So, we want you to know our policies and procedures that protect the privacy of your Nonpublic Personal Information (NPI). We also want you to know your rights regarding NPI that we receive about you. Thirdly, we want you to know how we gather NPI about you and how we protect its privacy.
In the course of doing business, we receive NPI related to insurance products and services we provide. These products and services are primarily for personal, family and household purposes. We currently do not share your NPI with any third parties not affiliated with American Modern except as required or permitted by law. We have no intention of doing so without proper authorization from you.
We get most of our NPI about you directly from insurance applications and other forms that you or your insurance representative provide to us. Some examples of NPI include your name, address, income level, Social Security number and certain other financial information. Often, the NPI you provide to your insurance representative at the time you apply gives us everything we need to evaluate you or your property for insurance purposes. But, there are times when we may need more NPI or may need to verify NPI that you have provided. In those cases, we may obtain NPI from outside sources. We will do so at our own expense.
It is common for an insurance company or other financial services company to contact independent sources. Such sources verify and supplement NPI given on an application for insurance or other financial services products. There are many such independent companies. These are commonly called “consumer reporting agencies”. They are in the business of providing independent NPI to insurance companies. We will treat the NPI we receive about you from independent sources according to the terms of this Notice.
You have the right to contact any of the agencies we have used to prepare a report on you. If you wish, please submit your request in writing to the address shown below. Upon our receipt of your written request, we will provide you with the name and address of any agency used to prepare a report on you. Please note that your request must follow the procedures outlined under Sections V. and VII. below.
Once you become a customer of ours, our records on you may contain NPI about our experiences and transactions with you. Such NPI may include coverage, premiums and payment history. It may also include any claims you make under your policy. Any NPI that we collect in connection with a claim will be kept in accordance with this Privacy Notice. We will keep NPI collected by a claims representative and any police or fire report. We may, though, give NPI about claims to one or more insurance support organizations or another insurer. We may do so to underwrite a risk properly. We may also do so to prevent or prosecute fraud, or to detect criminal activity. We may also obtain NPI about you from a report prepared by an insurance support organization. The NPI may be kept by the support organization and provided to other persons.
Each American Modern company may disclose NPI about you to an affiliate regarding its transactions and experiences with you for marketing purposes without obtaining prior authorization. The law does not allow customers to restrict this disclosure. Such NPI may include your payment and claims history. We do not currently share other credit-related NPI about you, except as allowed or required by law.
We will keep NPI we have about you in our insurance policy or other records. We will refer to and use that NPI in order to issue and service insurance policies and other financial products. We will also use it to settle claims. Generally, we will not disclose NPI about you in our records to any organization not affiliated with American Modern without your prior permission. But, we may, as allowed by law, share NPI about you contained in our records with certain persons or organizations that are not affiliated with American Modern such as:
Except as allowed or required by law, we will not use or share any personally identifiable health information about you, other than as follows. We will use such information to underwrite or administer your policy, claim or account, or in a manner as previously disclosed to you by us when we collected it. The above will not apply if we have obtained your written consent to share information.
This Notice applies only to the American Modern companies. It does not necessarily reflect the privacy standards of other financial institutions or independent agents with whom you do business. Their privacy policies and information practices govern how they collect, use and disclose NPI about you. As described above, we may disclose your nonpublic personal financial or health information to third parties. When we do so, we will require them to use such NPI only for its intended purpose in accordance with applicable law.
At present, American Modern uses a system of passwords and other physical, electronic and procedural safeguards to protect your NPI. They are designed to protect confidentiality, limit access, and prohibit unlawful disclosure of your NPI. We train our employees about the policies and rights provided under this Notice. We also train them on the importance of protecting customer NPI. Employees who violate our policy in any way are subject to being disciplined. This could include actions up to and including termination of employment. Also, we evaluate our information security practices relevant to changes in technology. We will do so to determine ways to increase the protections outlined above.
You have the right to review and receive most of the NPI we collect about you. As permitted or required by law, some legal and medical documents will not be provided. To access your NPI, please submit a notarized request to the address shown in Section VII. We will need your complete name, address, policy number, daytime phone number and a copy of your driver’s license or other personal identification. We will respond to your request within thirty (30) days unless state law requires us to respond earlier. We will let you know the nature and substance of the NPI about you in our files. We will tell you with whom we have shared the information in the last two years. We will identify the source of the information if the source is an institutional one.
If you believe your NPI is incorrect, please send a notarized request for correction to the address shown in Section VII. We will need your complete name, address, policy number, daytime phone number and a copy of your driver’s license or other personal identification. We will respond to your request within thirty (30) days unless state law requires us to respond earlier.
If we agree with you, we will correct the NPI and notify you of the correction. We will notify any person who may have received the incorrect NPI from us in the past two years if you ask us to contact that person. We will also provide the corrected information to any insurance support organization to which we have provided your NPI within the last seven years.
If we disagree with you, we will tell you we are not going to make the correction. We will give you the reason(s) for our refusal. We will also tell you that you may submit a statement to us. Your statement should include the NPI you believe is incorrect. It should also include the reason(s) why you disagree with our decision not to correct the NPI in our files. We will file your statement with the disputed NPI. We will include your statement any time we disclose the disputed NPI. We will also give the statement to any person designated by you if we have disclosed the disputed NPI to that person in the past two years.
We may use at our website, amig.com common online tracking technologies like web browser cookies, web beacons or pixels, analytical tools, or other technologies to customize our websites, mobile applications, and social media interactions to enhance your overall customer experience. These technologies do not collect personally identifiable information about you. When you visit our website, a message called a cookie is sent from a web server to your computer. This cookie resides on your computer until your internal browser is turned off and is used to make it easier for you to navigate among different pages of the website. You can disable cookies in your browser or block by changing the settings in your browser. Disabling or rejecting cookies may prevent you from using certain website functions and you may have to enter information to take advantage of services.
Our website contains hyperlinks to third-party websites on the Internet, which we do not control, are not governed by our privacy practices and policies and for which we are not responsible. Before you provide information to any of these other websites, you should review their terms of service (or similar legal terms) and their privacy policies so that you know what information is collected by the website and what use or disclosure may be made of information you provide to the website.
AMERICAN MODERN INSURANCE GROUP
7000 Midland Boulevard
Attn: Privacy Compliance Office