Effective Date: 10/24/2023
You may elect to share personal information with us by filling out one or more of our website forms, such as name, email address, phone number, and any other personal information you choose to provide. We use the information you send to us to respond to your inquiries, request or comments.
DataVerify uses session and persistent cookies to collect website usage data, improve our website and services, as well as your experience with our website. Cookies are small text files that a web server places on your computer or device when your browser accesses a website. Cookies store certain data specific to that website so this information is available to us later when the browser returns to our website. Some cookies are necessary to ensure our website functions properly and some enable us to deliver an individualized online services experience.
A session cookie enables certain features of a website, like browsing through different pages on our website without having to log into each page. A persistent cookie stays on your browser until you delete it manually or your browser deletes it based on the duration period contained within the persistent cookie's file. DataVerify uses a persistent cookie to remember you as part of an optional “Remember this device” feature. Your participation in this feature is under your control.
Most web browsers give you a choice to modify your browser settings to decline some or all cookies. If you have opted to not accept any cookies, certain features of our website may not be accessible to you.
DataVerify may track your activities on our website over time. We do not track your online activities across third party websites. Other third parties may be conducting online tracking on our website. To learn more about the choices you have regarding online tracking, please visit these websites:
You may be able to access third-party sites by clicking links on our website. We are not responsible for the privacy policies or practices of any third-party sites, and if you visit those websites, we encourage you to review their respective privacy policies.
DataVerify does not intend to share your personal information with third parties. However, we may disclose your information in the following scenarios:
DataVerify does not sell personal information to third parties for marketing purposes, and for that reason, cannot process requests to opt-out of the sale of personal information.
DataVerify’s business prospects or customers may access and update personal information they have provided through our website either by submitting updated information using one of our website forms, or by contacting us at the address or telephone number listed below.
Attn: Customer Support
Phone: (866) 895-3282
DataVerify strives to protect the personal information that we collect, maintain, and disclose through the use of administrative, physical, and technical safeguards. Personal information submitted online through our website is transmitted through a transport layer security (TLS) transmission, which is a protocol for establishing a secure connection for transmission. Our security program is designed to: (1) ensure the security and confidentiality of personal information, (2) protect against any anticipated threats or hazards to the security or integrity of the information, and (3) protect against unauthorized access, alteration, and unlawful disclosure of the information. We dispose of such information by taking measures to protect against unauthorized access to or use of the information.
If you are a resident of California and submit a request form to us through this website as an authorized representative of a business, you may have certain rights regarding the personal information you provided on that form. Please refer to the applicable request form for more information about these rights.
Attn: Privacy Officer
250 E. Broad Street
Columbus, OH 43215
Toll-free Phone: (833) 644-3798
If you have submitted a mortgage loan application to a lender that has used our platform and related services to assist them in processing your application, you should submit your request to access or delete your personal information collected by your lender or exercise your other rights as a consumer under certain state privacy laws to your lender (the “data controller”). We are generally considered to be a “data processor” or “service provider” under state consumer data privacy laws when we process personal information on behalf of another business, such as your lender. If you submit your request to us, we may deny the request.