AnCap Insurance’s Privacy Practices Notice
AnCap Insurance values your business and the trust you’ve placed with us. That’s why we want to assure
you that we are serious about keeping your personal information private. This notice describes our policy regarding
the collection and disclosure of non-public personal information.
Information We Collect
We obtain most of our information directly from you.
Depending on the nature of your insurance
transaction, we may need additional information
about you or other individuals proposed for insurance.
We collect the following non-public personal information about you:
- Name, address & phone number
- Social Security Number
- Motor Vehicle & Medical Records
- Claim & Payment History
We Collect information from:
- Completed Applications & Forms
- Consumer Reporting Agencies
- Other Vendors (e.g., Dept of Motor Vehicles)
- Other Insurance Companies
We may disclose the information we collect
about you or others to third parties, such as insurance
companies and other insurance businesses. We may
make these disclosures to:
- Obtain a premium quotation for you
- Compare different insurers for coverage and
- Facilitate the renewal or replacement of
- Transfer insurance business to a different
- Report or prevent fraud and other illegal
- Verify coverage, benefits, or treatment
- Obtain premium financing for you
- Perform other insurance transactions
Information We May Disclose To Affiliates And
We do not disclose any non-public personal
information about our customers to anyone, except as
permitted by law. We may disclose non-public
personal information about you to the following
affiliates and non-affiliated third parties to effect,
administer, or service your insurance transaction:
- Claims administrators
- Other insurance companies that might write your
policies on renewal
- Appraisers, inspectors, and other insurance support
- Consumer reporting agencies
- Governmental agencies when required to do so
- Third parties to market products or services to you
under a joint marketing agreement
- Affiliate or third parties for the purpose of
conducting an audit of the insurance institution or
agent in connection with the operations or
- A lien holder, mortgagee, assignee, or other person
having a legal or beneficial interest in the
- Persons or agencies lawfully entitled pursuant to a
subpoena or court order
Your Right To Opt Out.
If you do not want us to disclose personal information
about you to non-affiliated third parties, you may tell
us so. This is known as "opting out". You may opt-out
at any time. If you wish to opt out, complete and
return the form that appears below. Even if you optout,
we may still disclose information as allowed by
law. This includes disclosing information to our
affiliates to market other products or services to you.
Our Practices Regarding Information
Confidentiality And Security.
We restrict access to non-public personal information
about you to those employees who need to know that
information to provide products or services to you.
We maintain physical, electronic, and procedural
safeguards that comply with federal regulations to
guard your non-public personal information.
Access To And Correction of Your Information.
You may write to us if you have any questions about
the information we may have in our records about
you. You may inspect this information in person or
receive a copy at a reasonable charge by sending us
a written request. You can notify us in writing if you
believe any information should be corrected,
amended, or deleted and we will review your request.
We will either make the requested change or explain
why we cannot do so. You may send your written
request to us at (insert name and address of
Insurance Agency Here). All written requests must
include your name, address, telephone number, and
We reserve the right to change this policy and apply
changes retroactively, as permitted by law. We will
inform you of these changes, as required by law. If
continue to apply to the extent we retain your
information collected while you were a customer.