FCN Bank Privacy Statement
The underlying basis of each and every customer's relationship at FCN Bank is built around trust. You have chosen to bank with FCN and we regard the trust that you have given us with great respect. Thus, we have provided the following privacy statement by a series of questions and answers to inform you of what is done with any information that is collected from you while visiting our Website. Our services are growing and our practices may change, so please check back for updates to our Privacy Statement.
What type of information is collected while visiting FCN Bank's Website?
Non-personal and Personal information may be collected while visiting our Website. However, no personal information is required to access our Website.
What type of personal information is collected when I visit FCN Bank's Website?
There is no personal information, information about you as an individual such as name, social security number, address, or phone number are collected from anyone by just visiting FCN Bank's Website. However, personal information may be collected if you the visitor elects to provide us with personal information via email.
What happens to the personal information once given to the Bank's Website?
All information collected via email is used internally, as appropriate, to handle the consumer's request in a timely and professional manor. No information collected is sold to anyone outside of FCN Bank.
What type of non-personal information is collected when I visit FCN Bank's Website?
The non-personal information is automatically gathered when visiting FCN Bank's Website and consist of:
- Date & time our site was accessed
- IP Address (a numeric address given to servers connected to the Internet)
- Web Browser used
- City, State and Country
What does FCN Bank do with the non-personal information that is collected?
FCN Bank uses non-personal information to create summary statistics for site management and to determine the level of interest in information available on our Website.
Does FCN Bank use "cookie's"?