The California Financial Information Privacy Act provides consumers notice and meaningful choices about how their nonpublic personal information is shared by their financial institution(s).
The California Financial Information Privacy Act Notice applies to California Residents. The California Financial Privacy Act allows you to restrict the sharing of personal and financial information with CFNA’s affiliates and outside companies CFNA does business with.The Read More link provides you with a form to opt out of sharing your personal and financial information. Read More
The card member agreement provides the terms and conditions of a CFNA's credit card account. The agreement explains how the account works and your obligations in relation to the account.Read More
The disclosure explains the terms and conditions related to the Six Month Deferred Interest Promotional Financing Plan. The qualifying purchase amount, Annual Percentage Rate after the six month delay period, payment requirements, and payment applications are outlined in the disclosure.Read More
The Federal Privacy Notice explains how CFNA shares nonpublic personal information with affiliates and non-affiliates. As a customer, you can limit the sharing of your information under certain conditions. The Notice explains those rights and how to opt-out of sharing nonpublic personal information.Read More
The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA) applies to California residents. CFNA’s CCPA Policy explains what data CFNA collects and how it is used, and your “Right to Know” and “Right to Delete” personal information.Read the Policy
The Read More link allows you to exercise your “Right to Know” the categories of data CFNA collects, “Right to Know” the specific personal information CFNA has collected, and/or the “Right to Delete” personal information by completing the online request form.Read More