At First National Community Bank, the basis of each customer relationship, many that span generations, is trust. You have chosen to do business with First National Community Bank, and we are obligated to honor that relationship with great care, beginning with the information you have chosen to share with us. We believe that your privacy should not be compromised. At the same time, we want to offer you the array of financial products and services you need to accomplish your financial goals. We believe we can do both through the policy outlined below.
We recognize your right to privacy at First National Community Bank. We recognize that you have a right to expect your personal financial information to remain private and secure at all times.
First National Community Bank has established procedures to ensure that your financial information is accurate, current and complete, in keeping with reasonable commercial standards. We also pledge to respond to requests to correct information in a timely manner.
When it comes to sharing customer information with unaffiliated companies, First National Community Bank places strict limits on who receives specific information about customer accounts or other personal identifiable data. First National Community Bank may share information with such companies if they provide a product or service that may benefit our customers. Whenever we do this, we carefully review the company and the product or service to make sure that it provides value to our customers. We share minimum amount of information necessary for that company to offer its product or service. We may disclose the following information to companies that perform marketing services on our behalf with which we have a joint marketing agreement:
We may also share information with unaffiliated companies when: they assist us in providing our products and services to our companies; in the normal course of our business (for example, with consumer reporting agencies and government agencies); it is legally required or permitted in connection with fraud investigations and litigation; in connection with acquisitions and sales; and at the request or with the permission of a customer.
When the Bank conducts business with third parties, it requires its vendors and suppliers to maintain similar standards of conduct regarding the privacy of personally identifiable customer information provided to them.