At First Californian Credit Union, we are committed to respecting your privacy.
First Californian is adopting new policies regarding consumer data privacy and security in accordance with the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (“CCPA”) and to provide transparency to all of our members.
The CCPA stipulates that consumers have the right to request certain information that First Californian collects and the intended purpose(s) for this information. Consumers are also afforded the opportunity to opt out of the sale of certain personal information to third parties. Finally, consumers have the right to request which specific personal information First Californian has collected from them and request the deletion of that information.
First Californian does not sell personal information. Additionally, most of the information collected by First Californian is not subject to deletion under the CCPA.
First Californian is prepared to provide our membership with all the tools needed to understand and utilize the new CCPA guidelines. Below is a list of resources detailing First Californian’s data privacy and security practices and some guidance to help you take control of how your personal information is shared.