Experian may periodically change its privacy policies as new products and services
are offered or as its existing products and services evolve to meet customer needs.
Privacy policies are typically dated to reflect the most recent update.
now include information about data collected through partnerships.
Updated: May 14, 2015 Updated Opting Out page and subpages
Direct Mail and Telemarketing to now include information on online advertising and
introduced a new page, Request Experian Marketing Data Report.
Updated: August 26, 2011 Experian ConnectSM
Updated: January 28, 2009 The Experian Small Business privacy
policy was added.
Updated: July 22, 2007 The Online Personal Credit Reports
policy was updated.
commercial and consumer policies and enhancements to non-personal information uses.
Updated: January 20, 2006 The AutoCheck consumer privacy
policy has been updated. Changes include revisions to the Information Collection and
Uses section, and the addition of information on how Experian uses Web site 'cookies'.
Web Log Information has also been replaced with the Web site Analysis section which
further defines our Web site measurement practices.
Updated: July 1, 2004 Details about Experian's email delivery
service was updated with information regarding CheetahMail®, a subsidiary of Experian.
The "Opting out of email" section has also been revised to reflect the addition of
CheetahMail®. Information regarding Experian's former email delivery service,
ContactMail, have been archived.
In the "Permission email" section, language was updated to outline how email addresses
are shared and used.
Updated: August 28, 2003 The Auto Prospect Online privacy
policy was added.
Experian identifies the use of a credit card processing company. In the commercial,
Experian retains the commercial users' credit card information for billing purposes
Updated: March 11, 2003 The Online Personal Credit Reports
policy was updated to state that information other than credit report information
may be used for authentication.
Updated: March 7, 2003 ePIN+ is a Web-based relational database
system for reporting relevant delivery status about a piece of mail as it moves through
the U.S. Postal Service® delivery network, either on its way to a consumer's mailbox,
or from an individual delivery point back to a remittance or other service facility.
Updated: February 26, 2003 Within the U.S. section of www.experian.com
Web logs and cookies are used to collect aggregated statistics about Web site visitors
so that we can better understand what areas of our Web site are of interest to you.
This technology does not track any individually identifiable information, but rather
records your Web site visit anonymously.
Updated: February 10, 2003 The Opting out of Direct Mail
to reflect a new telephone number to contact Experian.
Updated: October 23, 2002 Experian's product and service
for business-to-business Internet client
registration. This application is for new and current subscribers serviced by
Experian Information Solutions, Inc.
Updated: September 26, 2002 Experian's product and service
for List Link ExpressSM and List Link AdvancedSM business-to-business
online prospecting tools of Experian Marketing Solutions, Inc.
Updated: March 8, 2002 Experian's Product and service privacy
for AutoCheck, Experian's
for more information.
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