DMF collects two types of information from you when you visit our website: Personal, Business, and financial information that you knowingly provide by filling out forms and applications (“Personally Identifiable” information). Other, “Non-Personally Identifiable” information such as your browsing history, IP address, and limited demographic information, that our servers obtain while you browse but is not directly associated with you.
An IP address is a number assigned to your computer while using the Internet from which Web servers can automatically identify your computer. DMF's server gathers your IP address and the webpage from where you linked to our website. Your IP address assists DMF in administering and optimizing the website for you, analyzing website usage, and diagnosing problems with the website.
DMF may employ cookies, which are placed on your computer, to assist in tracking some activities on our website, improve design, and to enhance your experience on our website. Cookies may also store Personally Identifiable information you enter so that you do not have to continually reenter information. Cookies cannot obtain information from your hard drive, destroy files, or transmit viruses. Cookies can be disabled by altering the settings on your internet browser, but doing so could affect your interaction with our website. DMF may also allow third party advertisers on our website to send cookies, but these advertisers do not have access to read DMF's cookies. Other companies’ use of their cookies is subject to their own privacy policies, not this one.
PURPOSE OF INFORMATION COLLECTED
When you wish to sign up for our services, we need to collect your Personally Identifiable information to effectively serve your needs, to provide you with quality products and services tailored to your situation, and to fulfill legal and regulatory requirements. Our employees, contractors, or agents will at times require access to your personal information. DMF permits access to such information only for business purposes, such as administration and developing our products or services.
Each time you access our services, we will also require that you verify your identity by asking you to provide certain personal information and/or a password. These questions and correct answers help to protect you from fraudulent users and identity theft.
CONTACT INFORMATION RELEASED
When you enter into a binding contract with DMF, you consent to our disclosure of your Personally Identifiable information when:
1. We have obtained your consent to share the information;
2. The information shared is necessary to provide you with the products or services you requested; or
3. We have been required to do so by law (for example, a court order or a subpoena)
SPECIAL CASES OF RELEASE:
CONTACTING CLIENTS DIRECTLY
DMF may contact you directly through the email address, phone number, or fax number you provide to confirm information or applications we have successfully received from you. DMF will also contact you to respond to your questions, to provide the services you request, to manage your account, and/or to inform you of any service announcements.
DMF may also offer mailings, special offers and/or promotions from which you may opt out of by clicking on the Unsubscribe Link on the bottom of the Home Page.
THIRD PARTY SITES
DMF has employed the use of physical, electronic, and managerial security measures to protect against the loss, theft, misuse, or alteration of your information submitted to our website. These measures include firewalls, use of passwords, anti-virus and detection software. We ensure the security of your personal and financial information through the use of encryption technology. When you provide Personally Identifiable Information on our website, it is transmitted to us through a secured socket layer (SSL) transmission, which is then decrypted only by DMF.