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Ad Targeting Policy
Effective Date: December 28, 2015
ConsumerInfo.com, Inc., an Experian® Company ("CIC"), which operates websites such as FreeCreditReport.com, ProtectMyId.com, and other websites we may add from time to time, may share information about you and other customers collectively, but not specifically identifiable to you with our parent company, our affiliated companies, and with third parties. This information includes:
Demographic information (gender, estimated age, and general geographic location, and your estimated purchase ability);
Summarized census information and other publicly available information (estimated education level, homeownership status, and estimated occupation type); and
Your inferred and expressed interests, including transactional information and product interests we derive from your visits to certain websites we operate.
This information that we share includes information that we have collected, together with data from Experian Marketing Services, one of the members of the Experian family of companies.
The recipients of this information use it to develop and deliver targeted advertising on our family of websites and on the websites of third parties. The information is used only for marketing purposes. It is not used to make targeted offers that are priced differently based on estimated purchase ability.
If you prefer that we do not share this information, and would not like to receive targeted advertising as described above, please see our Opt Out page. Note that if you opt out, you will still receive advertising. Also, if you opt out and later delete your cookies, use a different browser, or buy a new computer, you will need to renew your opt out choice. If you would like to stop receiving Credit Based Offers as part of your enrollment in certain CIC products and services, please call Customer Care at 1-866-617-1894
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