Here at NationalCarAndLoan.com, we are very serious about your privacy and about the protection of your personal information. And that means doing everything we can to help ensure that your information is secure and protected. In order to keep your information safe and secure, we use security-focused business procedures and practices. In addition, we keep updated with the latest Secure Server encryption technology to keep you and your data secure. We want to make sure your information is kept private and protected when you apply for an auto loan using our Web Site.
All pages on the NationalCarAndLoan.com Web Site that ask for personal financial information are delivered to your browser using “https.” “Https” is a secure version of the Hyper Text Transfer Protocol that allows for secure ecommerce transactions. This protocol is commonly used for transactions involving online banking. Using an “https” communication protocol protects your personal information from others. When you fill out an online auto loan quote form on our Web Site, you have the security of knowing that your data and personal information is protected.
NationalCarAndLoan.com uses SSL (Secure Socket Layer) Technology to protect the transmission of your personal financial information. SSL Technology protects against the interception and reading of your personal information by others. Here at NationalCarAndLoan.com, we use SSL to encrypt all data you submit on our Web Site. Only we have the capabilities to decode the encryption upon receiving it. Further, all transmissions between NationalCarAndLoan.com and our participating lenders and dealer partners are similarly encrypted.
Business Procedures and Practices
In addition to Page Security and Data Encryption, here at NationalCarAndLoan.com we use sophisticated intrusion detection software and personally monitor visitors to the Web Site. We do this to further protect against malicious intrusion by individuals wanting to steal your personal information. Access to non-public personal information about you is restricted only to those employees on a strict “need to know” basis. And even then, that information is only made available to them in order to provide products or services as requested by you.