IMPORTANT - PLEASE READ DISCLAIMER
By providing your contact information to Correct Compliance on this web site, you are expressly granting Correct Compliance permission to contact you even though you may have previously chosen to have your telephone number added to any Do-Not-Call List.
At Correct Compliance we respect and are committed to your right to privacy and protection of your personal information. We believe you should understand the way in which we collect, use, disclose and protect your personal information. We are responsible for your personal information that is collected, used and disclosed.
"Personal information" is any information that identifies you, or by which your identity could be deduced. It does not include information contained in public records or the name or business address or telephone number of an employee of an organization or similar information that may typically appear on a business card.
Why do we collect personal information from you? To service your needs, it is important for us to have accurate information about you. We collect you personal information to:
Establish your identity
Identify and determine your needs for products and services
Provide services to you and process payments for your account
Protect you and Correct Compliance from error and fraud, including verifying your identity to:
Establish your account profile
Respond to your requests
Communicate with you concerning your account
Notify you of new products and services, special offers, and general industry information
Adhere to applicable legal requirements
Collecting your personal information. We collect your personal information at the time you become a new customer of Correct Compliance, at the time you acquire additional products and services from Correct Compliance and when we communicate with you to administer your account with us. We may collect your personal information directly from you or from a third party with your consent (if required). We continue to collect and update personal information throughout our business relationship. For example we collect your personal information through:
Our service agreements and written correspondence with you
Your discussions with our sales representatives and/or our Instructors (some of which may be recorded to ensure service quality and to maintain an accurate record of our communications with you)
Your visits to our website
When required by law: From time to time, we may be compelled by legal action to release information. In certain circumstances, we may also be permitted by law to collect, use or disclose information without the consent of the individual concerned. For example, we may disclose personal information without consent if it is to be used in an emergency that threatens life, health or security of the individual.
When permitted by law: In certain cases, we may be permitted by law to collect, use or disclose information without consent, such as collecting unpaid amounts owing to Correct Compliance.
We make every effort to ensure the information in our records is accurate. We also rely on you to provide any updates to your information, keeping your personal information accurate. You have the right to access your personal information held by Correct Compliance. Whenever you want to review, verify or correct your personal information, write or contact our office. Please be as specific as possible with your request. There is no charge for verifying or correcting your information but, depending on the circumstances, there may be a charge if you want hard copies of records. We will let you know at the time of your request if there is a charge. Resolving your concerns (if there are any misunderstandings or you feel that your concerns regarding your privacy have not been resolved justly), please contact our office:
PO Box 50021
Or by emailing us at email@example.com
If you feel that Canadian privacy laws have been broken, you can report a concern with The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (OPC) at https://www.priv.gc.ca/en/report-a-concern/.
Our web page, may employ the use of “cookies”. A “cookie” is a small line of data that is sent to your Internet browser from a web server and stored on your computer’s hard drive. Cookies can track how and when you use a site, and which site you visited immediately before. A cookie does not damage your system and identifies your browser, not you personally. If you do not wish to receive a cookie, use the option on your web browser. Although changes to your web browser provides you with enhanced anonymity, it makes it very difficult to offer you customized services. To this extent that our web site may contain links to other sites, the owners of those sites are responsible for the privacy practices or content of those other sites. We do not endorse and will not be responsible for the privacy practices on third party websites.