Policy on the protection of personal information
We strictly abides by all laws protecting personal information and its own regulations on the management of personal information, and carefully manages the personal information in an appropriately secure environment, in order to prevent any leakage, tampering, loss or unauthorized use of such information. We also provides the necessary education and training to its employees to ensure that they handle the personal information appropriately.
How We Use Your Information
When we collect your Personal Information, we reasonably specify the purpose of such collection.
Any Personal Information that you provide will be used to meet your request such as forwarding N.T.B products, brochures, etc. and offering certain services. We may also use your Personal Information to contact you regarding other products and services that may be of interest to you.
Share of Personal Information to Third Parties
We shall never disclose your personal information to third parties other than its contractors without the express your permission, except where applicable in the following cases:
- We may disclose your Personal Information to the distributing company delivering N.T.B products and to the bank transferring the expenses from your account.
- We needs to disclose the personal information to one or more of its contractors, with whom we has concluded a confidentiality agreement, in order to accomplish an objective expressly indicated to the customer.
- The personal information is to be included in aggregate statistical data from which the customer cannot be identified.
- Please note that we will release Personal Information if in our opinion we are required or authorized to do so by or pursuant to laws or regulations, or by a search warrant, subpoena, court order or other legal process.
Changes in Our Policy
Who to Contact
Before we receive your offer to correct, add to, update, or delete Personal Information, we may verify your identity to prevent Personal Information from being altered unlawfully.
Last update : 2012/12/25