Privacy regulations allow customers to "opt out" of having their information disclosed to third parties in certain situations. Before the Bank discloses any customer information to a nonaffiliated third party that is not otherwise covered by a disclosure exception, the Bank must properly inform customers of their right to “opt-out” from having their information shared with third parties.
The law also prohibits sending unsolicited commercial spam to individuals who have opted-out of receiving such communications. It spells out penalties for spammers and gives consumers the right and ability to ask E-mailers to stop sending unwanted messages.
Many consumers find unsolicited Email - also known as spam – annoying and time-consuming. In addition, unwanted messages sent to wireless phones and other wireless devices can be intrusive and costly. In 2003, Congress enacted the CAN-SPAM Act to curb spam. As required by the Act, the federal Communications Commission (“FCC”) adopted rules that prohibit sending commercial spam to wireless devices without prior permission. The prohibition took effect in March 2005. In addition, the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) adopted detailed rules that restrict sending unwanted commercial spam to computers.
Please make your selections below as to how you would like City National Bank to use your personal information and whether or not you would like to receive communications from City National Bank regarding the Bank’s marketing and promotional materials.
Yes, I want City National bank to share application information, consumer report information, and information from outside sources among City National Bank companies and affiliates for marketing and advertising purposes. is required
No, I do not want City National bank to share application information, consumer report information, and information from outside sources among City National Bank companies and affiliates for marketing and advertising purposes. is required
If you already have notified us about your privacy choices, then you need not reply again.