We Value Your Privacy

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Enbright Credit Union PrivacyElectronic Privacy and Security

Enbright Credit Union has security measures in place to protect the loss, misuse and alteration of the information within our website. Visitors to our website will remain anonymous unless they choose to provide personal information by submitting forms or applications contained within this site. Any personal information provided will be used discretely and solely for the use of the Enbright Credit Union to better serve its members.

Information is sent to us via email may be vulnerable as is any other email message traveling via the Internet. Due to this risk, we do not ask for highly sensitive information such as credit card, account, or social security numbers to be sent to us by e-mail. If you do not wish to provide information online, you may call us at (615) 687-4801. This site does not use cookies.

Collecting User Information

Our web server collects standard, non-identifying information about our website visitors such as the date, time, web page visited, and IP address. We may also collect email addresses of those who communicate with us via e-mail. This information is used to compile statistics and aggregate information on the usage of our website. We use this information to improve the content of our website, and to better serve our customers through special marketing and service programs. This information will only be used internally by Enbright Credit Union, and we will not share this information with other organizations. We do not compile, buy, sell, rent or trade customer email lists. We do not make the email addresses of those who access our website available to others.

Email

Enbright Credit Union will never ask its members to provide sensitive information such as credit card, account, or social security numbers by email. If you receive an email that appears to be sent from Enbright Credit Union asking for this or any other personal information, please do not respond to it but report it to the credit union immediately. You may be the victim of a “phishing” attempt. Phishing is a fraudulent attempt to acquire personal information such as credit card numbers, social security numbers, and website logins. These attacks typically impersonate a trusted organization through the use of falsified emails and websites.

Further Information

  • Our Online Banking site requires an SSL compliant browser with 128-bit encryption.
  • Please read our External Link Disclaimer about linking to websites other than Enbright’s.