Our Privacy Promise to You
July 11, 2007
By choosing Midlakes Insurance, you have expressed confidence in our ability to
We take responsibility seriously and
diligently safeguard your personal information. We do not sell your information.
For more than 30 years our clients have trusted Midlakes Insurance with their personal and financial information. Whether you are a current or former client, Midlakes
Insurance is committed to protecting the information you have shared with us. This commitment to conduct business honestly and with your best interest in mind is the foundation
of our Privacy Promise to you.
Your information is confidential.
Midlakes Insurance's Code of Ethics requires that client information be held in strict confidence. When we contract with companies to process information, the contract strictly
limits how they use Midlakes information and requires they have strong security protection.
We protect your information.
Midlakes Insurance maintains practices to ensure the security and confidentiality of your personal information. We have physical security in our building, passwords to protect our databases, compliance audits, and world-class virus intrusion detection
software in place. Within Midlakes Insurance, access to client
information is limited to those who need it to
perform their jobs.
We collect information to serve you.
information about clients makes it possible for Midlakes Insurance to deliver the kind of personalized service you expect. We only collect and share information which you provide to us or authorize us to collect.
We share the information we collect
as permitted by law.
Midlakes Insurance only share information with insurance companies in the process of
Placing various insurance risks. We do not share
information for marketing.
We are here to serve you.
Midlakes Insurance is known for its exceptional customer service, sharing client information as we have outlined here enables us to maintain this service excellence.
Please think of us as a valuable business resource for information and policy quotations at all times.
Peterson and John Gaston