How we use your information
We use the information we collect about you to initiate the process for your free reports or other services you request. To do this, we give the information to each nationwide consumer reporting company you select to provide the free report or other service. We also use general information about how visitors use the site to monitor, maintain, and improve this website and other services needed to fulfill your request. (See the section entitled “Cookies and other Technologies” below for more information.)
We may also use any information that is collected on this site as needed to help manage our everyday business needs, such as audits, reporting and legal compliance.
Our website uses technologies to collect summary information about how well our site works, what visitors normally click on, what browsers and platforms site visitors use, and the average connection speeds visitors use to connect to the site. Our website may also utilize device identification technologies to assist in detecting and preventing fraud. We use this information to improve the site and to detect and prevent fraudulent activity.
In most cases, these technologies do not collect or use personally identifiable information, such as names or address, and do not associate any online actions with a specific identifiable person. However, in the event we detect fraudulent, suspicious or malicious activity, we will disclose all such information to law enforcement and other third parties as may be needed to enforce our rights, protect our assets and protect the privacy and safety of others. (See also the section entitled “Who we share information with”).