AIC will not use or disclose personal information for purposes other than those for which it was collected, except with your consent or as required by law. Personal information cannot be used or passed on in a manner inconsistent with the identified purpose.
AIC may share personal information to third parties, such as credit bureau or other similar reporting agencies, for the purposes of collecting a debt from a customer. AIC may also share personal information with regulatory agencies and auditors or as required by law.
AIC may undertake efforts to see that another party to which AIC shares personal information is under a contractual obligation to use the personal information solely for the purposes for which the information was disclosed by AIC. AIC exercises no control over such parties and AIC is not responsible for their conduct, actions, omissions or information handling or dissemination practices.
We do not sell personal information about you to unrelated companies for their independent use.
Certain AIC employees may be given access to a Customer’s personal information collected by AIC insofar as their duties require access for the purposes outlined. AIC employees are governed by a non-disclosure agreement prohibiting disclosure or use of any confidential or personal information for any purposes other than the stated purpose.
Personal information that is no longer required will be destroyed or erased. AIC retains personal information only for as long as it is required for AIC’s business purposes or as required by federal and provincial laws.