Privacy and DNC Statement and Policy
Great Resort Vacations is your partner in helping you discover your potential as a business owner. We are dedicated to providing you with the highest level of service and protecting your privacy. As technology continues to transform the way information is collected and distributed, we want to make sure you know that we have implemented a number of important practices for safeguarding the privacy and security of financial information about you.
- We employ safeguards to protect client and member information and to prevent fraud.
- We carefully manage information about you. By understanding your complete relationship with us, we can provide you with more personalized and efficient service.
- We do not sell client information to other companies for marketing purposes.
How You Can Help Protect Your Privacy
- Do not share your informationwith others.
- When conducting business over the Internet, always use a secure browser and exit online applications as soon as you finish using them.
About This Statement
Privacy & Security Statement
How We Secure Your Assets and Protect Information about You
- We train our employees to protect client information.
- We continually enhance our security tools and processes.
We carefully manage all the information gathered about you as described in the following section.
How We Manage Information to Serve Your Needs
Outside of Great Resort Vacations:
We select very carefully the companies that provide services on our behalf, or offer you services that we do not provide. We only provide them with information that we believe is necessary to fulfill their responsibilities or to provide a service to you. These companies are prevented by legal agreement from using this information for their own purposes or selling this information to others.
Great Resort Vacationsdoes not sell its customers’ or potential customers’ personal information.
If you believe you may be a victim of identity theft:
Contact your bank to place holds on your accounts.
Contact the Social Security Administration’s Fraud Hotline at 800-269-0271 to report fraudulent use of your identification information.
Report the incident as quickly as possible to each of the credit reporting agencies:
Trans Union: 800-680-7289
File a police report in your local jurisdiction and retain the report number and the name of the officer who took the report.
File a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) by contacting the FTC’s Identity Theft Hotline: 877-IDTHEFT.
How to Limit Direct Marketing from Other Companies
To limit the instances in which credit reporting agencies share your information with companies wishing to offer you pre-approved credit solicitations, you can call 888-567-8688 (the Credit Reporting Industry Pre-screening Opt Out Number), or visit https://www.optoutprescreen.com. To limit the marketing you receive from companies outside of Great Resort Vacations, you may contact the Direct Marketing Association at the addresses below and have your name removed from their contact lists. You must include your name, address, telephone number and signature with your request.
DMA Mail Preference Service
PO Box 643
Carmel, NY 10512
DMA also utilizes a website to help you get off commercial email lists. Click on the following link: DMA’a Email Preference Service or go to http://www.dmaconsumers.org/optoutform_emps.shtml.
You may also limit telemarketing calls from companies outside Great Resort Vacationsby adding your telephone number to the National Do Not Call List.
We Strive to Maintain Accurate Information
Protecting your personal information online is vital. We go to great lengths to see that your online information is confidential, secure, and protected from, misuse, alteration or destruction.
Great Resort Vacation DNC Policy
At Great Resort Vacations, we value consumer privacy. As a result, we take certain steps to make sure that we comply with applicable federal and state laws and regulations governing telemarketing and calling compliance, including by honoring requests not to receive marketing calls from, or on behalf of, us. All personnel who engage in telemarketing and other types of calling are trained on this policy, applicable call-related laws and regulations, and the following procedures before they are allowed to place outbound calls. We also take steps to confirm that relevant personnel review this policy periodically.
Further, if you do not want to receive telemarketing calls from us, or on our behalf, you may request that we place your telephone number(s) on our internal do-not-call (DNC) list. You may add more than one number to the list, and you can make this request even if you are still our customer. If you move, change your number, or add an additional number, you will need to separately add that number to our internal DNC list to prevent telemarketing calls to that number. In some cases, it may take up to 30 calendar days to remove a telephone number from our campaign lists. The internal DNC list applies only to telemarketing calls, so we may still contact you for non-marketing purposes.
Although we may ask for additional information (such as your name), we will accept your request even if you only provide your telephone number(s). We will not share the information you provide in connection with an internal DNC request with anyone except to implement your request.
If you notify us that you have received a telemarketing call from us after you request to be placed on our internal DNC list, we will investigate and personally confirm that the number is on or has been added to the list.
In addition, you may place your telephone number(s) on the National Do Not Call Registry maintained by the Federal Trade Commission by calling Call 888-382-1222 or visiting www.donotcall.gov. It may take several weeks before you notice a reduction in calls.