Notice of Right to Opt-Out for California Residents and Webform for California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”) Data Subject Requests
For California Residents Only
Beginning January 1, 2020, California residents have the right to opt out of the sale of personal information. Personal information includes data such as your name, postal or email address, telephone number, and other personally identifying information. The law does not apply to non-personally identifying information such as data that has been aggregated and de-identified. It also does not apply to our site’s service provider partners who need the information to perform certain business functions. For example, if you apply for an insurance plan from our website, the insurance underwriter needs the personal information in order to provide and service your insurance policy.
You may request deletion of your personal information, however, we may not be able to fulfill your request if you have applied for insurance, created an account, communicated a customer support request via email/messaging/telephone with us, or purchased other products from us. Our obligations under other federal rules governing insurance, as well as our data retention policies, may prevent us from removing your information. However, you may clarify you wish to opt out of future marketing communications, which we will honor. If you have an active insurance policy with us, we may be required to send you communication to provide customer support.
If you wish to opt-out of the sale of your personally identifiable information, you may do so by filling out the form below.
Nature of Request and Details of Request (for example relating to the right to know about personal information collected about you). For your convenience, we provide the following options that you can check/select if they adequately reflect the nature of your CCPA related request. If you select one or several of these options and do not provide further information about your CCPA request, we will assume that your request relates solely to the option or options you selected, and address it accordingly (in each case subject to any available legal exceptions):