We know how important your privacy is to you. Whether you are a current resident, visitor or just visiting our Web site, we are committed to attempting to protect the information you provide in the same way that we protect it when you provide it to us over the phone, in person or through the mail.
Our policy is simple: We collect personal information about you only when you knowingly and willingly provide it, and we will not share or otherwise profit from the distribution of personal data beyond the use it was provided to fulfil.
Because we value your relationship with us, we have detailed below our privacy objectives for our Web site:
We recognize and respect your desire for privacy. We attempt to protect online information according to established company security standards and practices, and we continually evaluate new technologies for safeguarding information.
You may have the opportunity to provide information to us through online surveys and forms. We use this information to better understand your needs and to provide quality services and other opportunities.
We want your visit to our Web site to be informative and enjoyable. We plan to use any information we obtain from you to help us continually improve the content, functionality and overall usefulness of our Web site.
Please use your own best judgment when sending information via the Internet to an e-mail address. E-mail sent via the Internet may pass through private and public networks with varying levels of security. Some networks may have taken steps to secure e-mail transmissions while others have not, thereby compromising the privacy and integrity of an e-mail. An e-mail may be copied, altered or destroyed.
We preserve the content of your e-mail, your e-mail address and our response so that we can efficiently respond to questions you might have. We also do this in an effort to meet legal and regulatory requirements.
We will respect your request not to be contacted by e-mail.
Again, please use your own best judgment when sending information via the Internet to an e-mail address. E-mail sent via the Internet may pass through private and public networks with varying levels of security. Some networks may have taken steps to secure e-mail transmissions while others have not, thereby compromising the privacy and integrity of an e-mail. An e-mail may be copied, altered or destroyed.
If you have personal or confidential information to relay to us, please contact NBPMI.
If you do provide personal information, such as an e-mail, telephone or fax number, or other identifying information, we do not plan to disclose it without your consent. We will plan to maintain this information, as well as any other transactions, according to our usual security and confidentiality standards.
Evolving technology will continue to provide us with new and better ways to collect and use information so that we may better serve your needs. We may revise or update this Statement in the future to reflect these technological advances, and we encourage you to return to this page from time to time for any updates.