Privacy Policy

We at Nearmeloans, LLC (“Company, ” “We, ” “Us,” or “Nearmeloans”) value the privacy of our customers and are dedicated to safeguarding their personal information in every way possible as set out in this Privacy Policy (“Policy”).

Our Privacy Policy is designed to clearly explain to potential consumers and visitors how their personal information is collected, shared, and safeguarded.

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If you accept and have understood Nearmeloans’ Privacy Policy and Implementation, which explains how Nearmeloans, LLC handles your personal information, you may use our Website with complete confidence.

Access to and use of our Website is deemed acceptance of the terms and conditions set forth in the Nearmeloans Privacy Policy by the client.

Read the following information carefully, as it details the sort of data you may give when you visit and how user information is gathered, used, stored, safeguarded, and shared.

The Nearmeloans Policy, as it relates to the information we collect on this Website, via email, text messages, and messages sent when you interact with advertisements and applications on third-party sites if those apps or ads include links to this Policy.

The policy may be adjusted at any time according to the discretion of the firm.

Customers can browse the site and read the Privacy Policy and Terms of Use to see whether any changes have been made, as well as whether such modifications are acceptable.

This Policy was last updated on the date indicated at the top of it.

The FTC has no such requirement.

When you provide information to a business via the Internet, you consent to receive notices and disclosures from their Website, as well as documents. You agree to electronic notifications if you fill out the Nearmeloans form or answer questions on another third-party lender’s website.

You agree that we may electronically provide any and all communications relating to a loan application (“Disclosure”) if you submit an electronic loan application.

The Terms and Conditions set out in this consent include receiving electronic disclosures in connection with a loan application via the Internet.

This consent is not transferable, and it is only valid for the transactions that have been agreed to.

To withdraw your consent before providing information, go to the Website or close your browser.

Consent for Electronic Transactions

You automatically become a client by completing and submitting information to the Nearmeloans website as a customer:

  • To receive electronic notices from Nearmeloans, you must confirm your consent to receive such information, as well as documents from a third-party lender or us, at your option.
  • You can obtain access to Nearmeloans notifications, disclosures, and/or papers in electronic format.
  • Confirm that the email address you provided is correct. You must receive all necessary documents and information via email.
  • You acknowledge that you have read the terms and conditions outlined in the Information Disclosure section.

You agree to the provisions of this electronic disclosure section, which are also outlined in this notice.

You acknowledge and agree that, after the required time period has elapsed, all original and electronic notifications, disclosures, and/or documentation will be permanently destroyed.

Internal procedures or third-party processors that the lender has authorized can be used to store customer records.

  • You acknowledge that such storage shall be secure, and you agree to submit all recordings for all purposes recognized and admissible as evidence or otherwise to establish the parties’ rights, obligations, and terms under any such recordings.

What Information Do We Collect?

Your consent is required to obtain data through Nearmeloans.

Nearmeloans obtains data only with your consent:

As you navigate the Website, Nearmeloans collects your information without you having to give it to them.

Cookies and log files are used in this scenario to gather non-personal data, such as the client’s IP address, the type of browser utilized, and when the Website was visited.

Personal identifying data is not collected by IP addresses.

Data that is personally identifiable

Your first and last names, residential address, phone number, as well as your social security number, actual email address, and postal address are among the personal information you provide to us.

Flow of the Presentation

Cookies are used to collect data when you browse and interact with the Nearmeloans Website. Automated data collection technologies (“Cookies”) are employed to gather information, including details about your equipment, system activity, and location data.

Cookies are used to collect personal information on our Website. Cookies assist us in creating a customized experience while reducing the amount of unwanted data you receive.

What Data Do We Collect?

The Nearmeloans website collects and analyzes data, which may include, but is not limited to:

Your browser’s data is used.

  • Type of browser
  • Internet protocol (IP) addresses
  • The ISP you’re subscribed to now (ISP)
  • Backlinks and exit pages
  • Date and time stamp
  • The number of clicks is a useful statistic for measuring the success of an ad.

You must provide correct data.

  • Social security number
  • Your current credit rating
  • Income and employment statistics
  • Information about your bank account is available.
  • What’s the story behind your data?
  • Balance and credit history