Privacy Policy



Cash Flow Solutions, Inc. (“CFSI”) recognizes the importance of protecting the privacy of the information we collect on our clients. This information includes all of the related identifying information that our clients and prospective clients provide to CFSI thru this site. CFSI cares greatly about the sensitivity of the information that you share with us and believes that protecting that information is one of the most important responsibilities of CFSI.

Information Collected and Retained by CFSI

CFSI collects, retains, and uses information about our clients and prospective clients that is required by law to administer CFSI’s business and provide high-level services to our clients and prospective clients. CFSI retains information no longer than necessary to meet such objectives. All information voluntarily submitted, becomes the property of CFSI, with such submission acknowledging and consenting to CFSI’s authority to use, retain and/or provide the client’s or prospective client’s name, address or other information for advertising, promotional or other business purposes without further consideration, unless prohibited by law. Clients who do not want CFSI to use their information for CFSI’s marketing efforts, may opt out by contacting CFSI and requesting to be removed from their marketing lists.
CFSI has established procedures so that its clients and prospective client’s information is accurate, current and complete, in accordance with reasonable commercial standards. Any request to correct inaccurate information will be responded to within a timely manner.
CFSI’s clients and prospective clients have the right to know what information is kept about them and how the information is used. Our clients and prospective clients have the right to have any inaccurate information corrected or deleted by notifying CFSI.

Protection of Client Information

CFSI maintains rigorous security standards and procedures to protect client’s and prospective client’s information from unauthorized access. All employees of CFSI are trained about the importance of privacy and confidentiality of this information.

Providing Information to Third Parties

CFSI provides information about clients and prospective client’s information to third parties only when:
  1. the information is provided to help complete a customer initiated transaction;
  2. the customer requires it;
  3. the disclosure is required by or allowed by law; or
  4. It is necessary to process transactions and provide services.
If it is necessary to provide business related identifiable client information to a third party, CFSI shall insist that the third party adhere to similar privacy principles that provide for keeping such information confidential.