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Carolina Adjusters web site does not collect or store any personal information from web site visitors. Raw data logs of visitors IP addresses are electronically stored for a period of 1 year.
Customers that hire Carolina Adjusters for a repossession assignment can expect their contact and repossession assignment data to be stored both electronically, and in a hard copy file, neither of which is accessible through the internet. Your information is protected by both physical and and state of the art electronic security. In the course of the repossession process, we may have to disclose who our customer is to the police, or other law enforcement personnel, as required by statute. Law enforcement may, at their discretion make any information we supply to them part of the public record. We may also have to disclose customer data to other persons or entities assisting us in the repossession process.
All of Carolina Adjusters employees have been trained to comply with the Privacy Act, and we are also certified to be GLB compliant. Carolina Adjusters holds regular training seminars to ensure our employees are up to date on any law changes that pertains to the repossession industry.
Carolina Adjusters has a staff of skip tracers that have been trained and certified compliant with the Telephone Records Privacy Act of 2006. Our skip tracers also strictly adhere to the Graham-Leach-Bliley Act, Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, and the Service Members Civil Relief Act of 2003. Carolina Adjusters strives to put the most highly trained repossession professionals in North Carolina or South Carolina on the street.