We may share your information with our corporate parents, subsidiaries, and other affiliated entities for a variety of purposes, including business, operational and marketing purposes.
We may share your information with vendors that perform services on our behalf, such as hosting our online services, managing databases, performing analyses, conducting surveys, or sending communications and newsletters for us. Where necessary and appropriate, our agreements with vendors prohibit them from retaining, using or disclosing the personal information we share with them for any other purpose.
We may have a legal obligation to disclose personal information to government authorities or other third parties pursuant to a valid regulatory request, subpoena or court order. We may also need to disclose and otherwise process your personal information in accordance with applicable law to defend our legitimate interests, for example, in civil or criminal legal proceedings.
If we decide to sell, buy, merge or otherwise reorganize our businesses, this can involve us disclosing personal information to prospective or actual purchasers and their advisers, or receiving personal information from sellers and their advisers.
We will share your personal information with other third parties as you may direct, or if you otherwise consent.
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We use the following types of cookies:
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If you have provided us with your contact details or other personal information, or if you are a customer of ours, we want to help make sure that your data is correct. Where feasible, we will let you review personal information that you have provided to us and will take reasonable steps to delete such information if you so request. Here’s how to contact us.
In order to safeguard personal information against unauthorized access, removal, theft, or disclosure, we strive to use reasonable security measures appropriate to the nature of the information. Unfortunately, in our increasingly connected digital world, no one can guarantee perfect data security, and we cannot promise that our measures will always prevent a breach of personal information. Should we detect such a breach, we will promptly take remedial measures and notify affected individuals, third parties and law enforcement agencies as required by applicable law.
We encourage you to help maximize security by applying your own personal security measures. For more information about what you can do to protect your data, please see the tips and resources offered by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission
If you are communicating to us by email, please be aware that your transmission is not necessarily secure against interception and could be read by third parties. However, if you use one of our online forms to communicate with us, those forms are encrypted. If you are sending us information that is sensitive, such as your bank account number, a charge card or debit card number or social security number, you should send your correspondence to us via postal mail to Commercial Bank of California, 19752 MacArthur Blvd., Suite 100, Irvine, CA 92612, or contact us at (877) 206-9167.
Our website may contain links to third-party websites, products or services. Information those companies collect when you click on their links is governed by their privacy policies, not ours. We encourage you to learn about the privacy practices of those third parties.
We do not disclose, and have not disclosed, personal information to third parties for their direct marketing purposes.
Your browser may offer a Do Not Track (DNT) setting. If you turn that setting on, your browser sends a signal to websites indicating that you don’t want to be tracked over time or across third party sites. We don’t currently respond to these signals. because there is not yet a common understanding of how to process them or a consensus on what “tracking” means.