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Privacy Policy

INOVIUM CORPORATION

At Inovium we recognize and value your privacy and are committed to protect the confidentiality of your company, your clients and your personal information

You can browse our site without identifying yourself or revealing any information about you, your clients or your company. If you choose to apply to us for any reason via our site, the information that you provide will be used to screen and evaluate your application, provide you with updates, finalize the delivery of the software, and offer you exemplary service. We do not collect any personal data without your consent. Initiating the application process constitutes consent for us to use the information as described in this policy

We may use aggregate information about our users for statistical, marketing and other purposes. This information does not reveal the identity of, or any information about, particular users or companies.

If you choose to obtain additional information regarding any of our services through our website, you will be asked for basic information about yourself and your company. The decision to provide personal information is entirely yours to make.

We also provide e-mail updates to you regarding new products and other financial solutions for your business. However, you can opt out of this service at any time. For more information, see the Collection and Use of Customer Information section of this policy.


Privacy Principles
We strongly advocate the protection of our clients' privacy and are committed to ensuring that your personal and company information is safeguarded. We have adopted the following privacy principles in the belief that they effectively capture our commitment to you.
“We recognize and respect our clients' expectation of privacy.
" We collect and use only the information needed for legitimate business purposes.
“We employ security measures that guard access to and disclosure of information.
" We will not disclose personally identifiable information to third parties unless there is
an appropriate legal or business justification.
“If we contract with a company to perform specific services that require us to provide
them access to customer information, we require that company to maintain the
confidentiality of customer information.
" We will continuously assess our business practices to ensure that customer privacy is
respected.

As part of our commitment to protecting your privacy, we are always working to ensure that our procedures and systems are relevant and supply the appropriate safeguards - and we will regularly conduct audits of our systems and Privacy Policies to ensure compliance.


Information Practices
1. Recognition of Customer's Expectation of Privacy
We recognize and respect the privacy expectations of our clients - and are committed to taking the steps necessary to safeguard the information entrusted to us. Procedures are in place that is designed to prevent misuse of private information.

2. Collection and Use of Clients’ Information
We collect, retain, and use information about you only where we reasonably believe that it will help to complete the application process, to provide individually tailored services, and to provide other opportunities to you. We use information to administer business transactions, to provide you with status updates, to comply with laws and regulations, to help us design or improve our services, and to understand your needs so that we can provide you with superior service.

We do not collect any personal data without your consent, and we only share the personally identifiable financial information you provide us with our ACH processor. Information collection starts at the point of the application process. By initiating the application process, you consent to our collection and use of this information.

After your application is processed, we will periodically send you e-mail updates about finalizing the Online Checks and/or EFT-ACH or Check 21 software licensing, normal business correspondence and new product and service updates. We may also request your participation in a customer satisfaction survey. Our customers generally find this very helpful. If you choose to receive updates, but change your mind at a later date, you can opt out at any time by sending e-mail with your company name, address and e-mail address to salesmanager@inovium.com.

If you access our services through one of our business partners' (affiliate) web sites, we may share contact information such as your name and e-mail address with that business partner. In that case, please check the partner's privacy policy to see how they may use your contact information.

To ensure the accuracy, timeliness, and thoroughness of information, we use only reputable sources of data to cross-reference against application information. Information that you submit during the application process is not subject to modification.

3. Limiting Employee Access of Information
To protect the confidentiality and privacy of credit information about individuals and small businesses, we limit employee access to your files. We are committed to ensuring that individuals with access to consumer information do not utilize the data for unauthorized purposes. To ensure that each employee understands their responsibility, employees sign a written confidentiality agreement before they are granted access to your data. We are also committed to taking strong enforcement actions if necessary.

4. Protection of Information
We maintain security procedures to help prevent unauthorized access to confidential information. We update and test our technology to assure the integrity of our systems - and to improve upon our existing privacy safeguards wherever possible.
We back our Privacy Principles with some of the best security technology available. We use SSL (Secure Socket Layer) Technology to ensure that your application information cannot be accessed during transmission to our servers. We also use SSL authentication technology to confirm the identity of both the computer sending and the computer receiving your application information. This safeguard keeps unauthorized people and companies from accessing your information. We also use technical security measures to prevent unauthorized access to data stored on our secure servers.

5. Restrictions on the Disclosure of Account Information
State and federal agencies require us to provide certain information regarding the number of financing applications submitted to us. This information, when disclosed, is in aggregate form and does not contain any of your personally identifiable information. State and federal examiners may periodically audit consumer files. These audits ensure that we are complying with the regulations in place to protect consumers.

6. Maintaining Customer Privacy in Business Relationships with Third Parties
Information regarding our customers is used solely in the legitimate conduct of business to deliver products and services, to design products, and to provide special offers designed to meet the specific needs of our customers.
You have the option of getting updates from us about our new financial products and services that may meet your business needs.
We will not reveal personally identifiable information to any third party unless we have been authorized by you, have previously informed you in disclosures or agreements that we plan to do so, or are required by law to do so.


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