PRIVACY STATEMENT – Updated 4.11.2010
Your privacy is important to myEnergyLoan LLC. This privacy statement provides information about the personal information that myEnergyLoan collects, and the ways in which myEnergyLoan uses that personal information.
Personal information collection
myEnergyLoan LLC may collect and use the following kinds of personal information:
- information about your use of this website (including Names, E-mail Addresses, Property Addresses, Phone Numbers)
- information that you provide used for the purpose of registering with the website (including Name, Phone, Address and any information provided in the "Comment" section of the Register Here request.
- information about transactions carried out over this website (including myEnergyLoan Certification]);
- information that you provide for the purpose of subscribing to the website services (including Blog Rolls, News Feeds)
- any other information that you send to myEnergyLoan.
Using personal information
myEnergyLoan may use your personal information to:
- administer this website;
- personalize the website for you;
- enable your access to and use of the website services;
- publish information about you on the website;
- send to you products that you purchase;
- supply to you services that you purchase;
- send you statements and invoices;
- collect payments from you; and
- send you marketing communications.
Where myEnergyLoan discloses your personal information to its agents or sub-contractors for these purposes, the agent or sub-contractor in question will be obligated to use that personal information in accordance with the terms of this privacy statement.
In addition to the disclosures reasonably necessary for the purposes identified elsewhere above, myEnergyLoan may disclose your personal information to the extent that it is required to do so by law, in connection with any legal proceedings or prospective legal proceedings, and in order to establish, exercise or defend its legal rights.
Securing your data
myEnergyLoan will take reasonable technical and organizational precautions to prevent the loss, misuse or alteration of your personal information.
myEnergyLoan will store all the personal information you provide on its secure servers or those provided by its website host service provider.
Information relating to electronic transactions entered into via this website will be protected by encryption technology provided by our merchant (credit card) vendors. This may include JP Morgan Chase, Pay Pal or any other merchant account vendor with whom we contract in order to facilitate your transaction.
Cross-border data transfers
In addition, personal information that you submit for publication on the website will be published on the internet and may be available around the world.
You agree to such cross-border transfers of personal information.
Updating this statement
You should check this page occasionally to ensure you are familiar with any changes.
This website contains links to other websites.
myEnergyLoan is not responsible for the privacy policies or practices of any third party.
Contact Jeff Cole
- by email to
- by post to 9853 Meadow Field Circle, Tampa, FL, 33626.
Buyer Beware – If you are concerned that your privacy is in question, simply DO NOT provide your personal information to myEnergyLoan LLC. We only use your information in order to better serve our network of green lenders who are paid brand licensees of myEnergyLoan LLC. myEnergyLoan Providers use of information is governed by the Gramm–Leach–Bliley Act, the highlights of which are re-printed below.
The Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA), also known as the Financial Services Modernization Act of 1999, (Pub.L. 106-102, 113 Stat. 1338, enacted November 12, 1999) is an act of the 106th United States Congress (1999-2001) which repealed part of the Glass-Steagall Act of 1933, opening up the market among banking companies, securities companies and insurance companies. The Glass-Steagall Act prohibited any one institution from acting as any combination of an investment bank, a commercial bank, and an insurance company.
The Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act allowed commercial banks, investment banks, securities firms, and insurance companies to consolidate. For example, Citicorp (a commercial bank holding company) merged with Travelers Group (an insurance company) in 1998 to form the conglomerate Citigroup, a corporation combining banking, securities and insurance services under a house of brands that included Citibank, Smith Barney, Primerica, and Travelers. This combination, announced in 1993 and finalized in 1994, would have violated the Glass-Steagall Act and the Bank Holding Company Act of 1956 by combining securities, insurance, and banking, if not for a temporary waiver process. The law was passed to legalize these mergers on a permanent basis. Historically, the combined industry has been known as the "financial services industry".
This privacy statement
This privacy statement is based on a legal form created by contractology.com and distributed by freenetlaw.com.
The information is used in conjunction with mortgage offers made by authorized myEnergyLoan providers. We do not accept their responsibility for keeping your information safe as they are contractually obligated to myEnergyLoan LLC to abide by GLBA and other RESPA related compliance as directed by the Federal, State and Local governments in the markets where they do business.