Objectives – Cedars Business Services, LLC (“Cedar”) has created this security and privacy statement in order to document and communicate its commitment to doing business with the highest ethical standards and appropriate internal controls.
Explicit Information Gathering – You can examine our entire web site without providing any information whatsoever. However, our web site’s email information request function requires users to give us contact information. This information is used to provide information to those who inquire about our products and services and to handle related business matters. This information is also used to get in touch with you when necessary.
Consent – If you provide us with a telephone number and/or e-mail address, you are consenting to receive auto dialed, prerecorded/artificial voice message calls and text messages at that number, or e-mail messages at that e-mail address, from us or from third parties that work for us, even if the number you provide is for a wireless telephone and/or using that number results in charges to you.
Information Usage – When you disclose personal information to us, it may be used or disclosed in accordance with Cedar’s normal course of business. The only exception involves disclosure to the government according to normal business practice. For example, court orders, subpoenas, and demands by government entities may compel disclosure by Cedar.
It is important that the information we have about you is correct. If you have reason to think it is not, then contact us at 5230 Las Virgenes Suite 210, Calabasas, CA 91372, USA.
Cedars Business Services
5230 Las Virgenes Suite 210
Calabasas, CA 91302
October 31, 2018
Cedar, its agents, employees, assigns, contractors, and subcontractors (collectively “Cedar Parties”) will use your e-mail address(es) as its primary means of communication. This includes, but is not limited to, account changes, invoices, debt collection purposes, required legal disclosures, details of your account, and the like. However, this does not mean that e-mail will be used as an exclusive means of communication and Cedar Parties may use other information provided by you to communicate with you. Because e-mail continues to evolve, there may be risks with communicating in this manner, including risks related to confidentiality and security. E-mail is not the safest method of communication.
You may have the right to receive certain information and documents in paper or non-electronic form. If you want to withdraw consent to receive documents and information by e-mail, Cedar Parties may not be able to communicate with you, and as a result, your account or other subscription with the Website Operator will be terminated.
Under this Agreement, your consent for Cedar Parties to communicate by e-mail is only for this transaction and associated obligations including, but not limited to, account changes, invoices, debt collection purposes, required legal disclosures, details of your account, and the like.
To withdraw consent to communicate by e-mail, or to update e-mail address(es), You must notify Website Operator at email@example.com with their intention to withdraw consent or update information. If you’re withdrawing consent to communicate by e-mail, you must also provide your name and complete address to communicate by mail. If you’re updating your e-mail address, you must also provide your new e-mail address, if one exists.
You must have a computer with the capability to receive e-mails. If a change in the hardware or software requirements is needed to access or receive e-mails and creates a material risk that you will not be able to access or retain a subsequent e-mail that was the subject of this consent, the revised hardware and software requirements for access to e-mails, and the right to withdraw consent without the imposition of any fees for such withdrawal and without the imposition of any condition or consequence that was not previously disclosed, will be sent to the last known address and current e-mail address on file. Therefore, it is crucial to make sure you keep all your information current and up to date.
After reading and understanding the foregoing, you agree for Cedar Parties to communicate by email. By entering into this Agreement, you consent to such e-mail transmissions with Cedar Parties.
Texts and Mobile Consent
By providing your cell phone number or confirming or updating your contact information using this site, you agree to receive SMS text messages on your mobile device. By agreeing to receive SMS messages from Cedar, you certify that you are over 18 years of age and (a) you are the mobile account holder or (b) you have the account holder’s permission to enroll the designated mobile phone number and can incur any mobile message or data charges. You agree that you are solely responsible for all message and data charges that apply to use of your mobile device to access this site or use of a mobile application. All such charges are billed by and payable to your mobile service provider. Please contact your participating mobile service provider for pricing plans, participation status and details. You understand that wireless through Wi-Fi or a participating mobile service provider may not be available in all areas at all times and may be affected by product, software, coverage or other service changes made by your mobile service provider or otherwise.
You may also instruct Cedar to stop sending you emails or other information by following the ‘unsubscribe’ instructions provided in the email. Cedar may, however, continue to use your Personal Information to contact you to service your account or as otherwise authorized by law. Please note that if you use more than one name or e-mail address when communicating with Cedar or using this site, you may continue to receive communications from Cedar to any name and/or email address not specified in your opt-out request.
Calls may be monitored or recorded.
Cedars Business Services, LLC provides oral communication in English and Spanish. A list of commonly-used debt collection terms is available in multiple languages on the New York City Department of Consumer Affairs’ website, www.nyc.gov/dca.