CTBC Bank values your trust and respects your expectation of privacy. As such, we are committed to maintaining the confidentiality of your personal financial information. Our Privacy Statement applies to consumers who obtain services from us (such as a deposit account, loan, or safe deposit box), primarily for personal, family or household purposes.
How Personal Information is Shared
Please see our Consumer Privacy Notice ("Notice") for details on how personal information may be shared.
California Consumer Privacy Act
Visitors to our Web Site
"Do Not Track" Signals
Currently we do not honor nor respond to a "do not track" signal or any other similar mechanism that may provide you the ability to exercise choice regarding the collection of personally identifiable information about your online activities over time and across third-party websites or online services.
Depending on where you live, you may have additional privacy protections under some state laws. For example, certain state laws may restrict the types of information we may disclose about you, limit the parties with whom we may share such information, or require us to provide you with additional notices or opt-out rights. We will comply with applicable state laws before sharing non-public personal information about you. We may do this by sending a separate notice of those rights to you.
Maintaining Accurate Information
We have procedures that help us to maintain the accuracy of the personally identifiable information that we collect. If you believe that our information about you is incomplete, out-of-date, or incorrect, please:
If you are an Online Banking customer, you may review information about yourself by visiting our website. If you have a change in your address and/or telephone number you can make the change online under "Other Services" after you log into the Online Banking system. For a name change, social security number change, or change in a Passport, you have to contact the Branch where your account or loan is held.
To protect your privacy, please do not provide your account number or other sensitive personal information in an e-mail to us. E-mail is not secure.
Links to Other Web Sites
Our web site may feature links to third party web sites that offer goods, services or information. Some of these sites may appear as windows-within-windows at this site. When you click on one of these links, you will be leaving our site and will no longer be subject to this policy. We are not responsible for the information collection practices of the other web sites that you visit and urge you to review their privacy policies before you provide them with any personally identifiable information. Third party sites may collect and use information about you in a way that is different from this policy.
Services and Advertisements by Third Parties
Children's Online Privacy
Our website is not directed to those who are under the age of 13, and we do not knowingly collect information from anyone under 13. For more information about the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), please visit the Federal trade Commission's website.
Changes to this Statement
We may add to, delete from, or otherwise change the terms of this statement or the Notice from time to time by posting a notice of the change (or an amended Notice) at this web site. If required by law, we will send you a notice of the change. Your continued use of our web site or any on-line service following notification will constitute your agreement to the revised Notice.
Questions. If you have any questions regarding this statement or the Notice, you can call us at (888) 889-8409 or write to us at CTBC Bank, Attn: Compliance Department, 801 S. Figueroa St., Ste 2300, Los Angeles, CA 90017
Protecting Your Privacy After Data Breaches
Recent events in the news have shown that organizations that you rely on for credit monitoring and other financial services can suffer major data breaches. Consequently, your private information can fall in the wrong hands and used in malicious ways.
If you believe your information was compromised, then here are 5 things to do to minimize the impact: