Privacy Statement/Website

Website Privacy Principles for Individuals

Privacy Statement/Website (Click here for the Printable Version)

First National Bank in Fairfield respects your privacy. We do not collect or store information about our clients or members of the public who visit our Website, unless you identify yourself so that we can respond to an inquiry, application, or other request from you.

We do not sell or share our clients' information, or information about visitors to our Website to third parties for their marketing programs (for products or services not offered through us). Therefore, you do not need to do anything to prevent your information from being shared.

We do, collect and store information about your Internet connection when you visit our Website to read or download information, such as our ads, information on our products and services, or make an application. We use this information to help us stay abreast of technical upgrades that can make our site more accessible to visitors and to record the date and time of your visit to our site.

We adhere to the following principles in handling information you provide when you contact us:

  • We use your personally identifiable information only for the purpose for which it is originally intended.
  • We maintain your personally identifiable information in secure computer systems and files and we limit employee access to those with a business reason to see it. If your request, inquiry, or other information is regarding a specific account with our bank, your information will be handled as appropriate for that account.
  • Other than as noted below, we do not disclose your Internet access information to anyone outside our Bank, except to complete a transaction requested by you; in order to verify the existence and condition of your account for a third party (such as a credit bureau or merchant); in order to comply with government agency or court orders, or otherwise compelled by law; or, if you give us written permission.
  • If you use our Internet Banking, online Bill Payment, or e-Statements, please read our Privacy Principles for Internet Banking, and your related Agreement for additional information.
  • For general information regarding our Bank's Privacy Principles for Individuals, please visit the link to "Privacy Principles" on our Website.

To understand in greater detail how we handle your Internet connection and personal identification information, please read the sections below.

VISITING OUR WEBSITE: When you visit the First National Bank in Fairfield Web Site to read or download information, we do not collect information about you. However, we do collect and store information about your Internet connection and the date and time of your visit. Specifically, we record:

  • The IP address (a numeric address given to servers connected to the Internet) of the Internet Service Provider you are using.
  • The Internet address of the Web site from which you linked directly to our site, if any.
  • The type of web browsing software you are using to view our site.
  • The date and time you access our site.

This information is used to create summary statistics and to determine the level of interest in the information available on our site.

WHEN PHONING OR SENDING POSTAL OR E-MAIL, OR COMPLETING ONLINE REGISTRATION FORMS: You may choose to tell us your name and address or other identifying information when, for example, you make an inquiry, comment, application, or other request that requires further correspondence.

  • If you make an inquiry or comment, it will be directed to the appropriate person within the Bank, who will respond to your correspondence as appropriate.
  • If you make a request that requires specific follow-up (such as request for information regarding an account you have with us or a specific transaction), the request will be forwarded to the account officer or other appropriate person within the Bank, who will research your request, and respond to you as appropriate.
  • If you make application for a new deposit account or loan, the application will be forwarded to the appropriate account officer or other appropriate person within the Bank, who will make inquiries (such as credit bureau reports for loan applications) necessary to make determination as to the disposition of your application. In making such applications, you specifically authorize us to make such inquiries as appropriate. You will receive response from the account officer assigned.
  • If you are sending e-mail or other electronic correspondence to First National Bank in Fairfield, please remember that e-mail is not necessarily secure against interception. If your information is very sensitive, or includes personal or confidential information (such as your Bank account, credit card, or social security number), you may want to send it by postal mail to the address listed below, or personally visit one of our branches.

FOR COMMENTS/INQUIRIES REGARDING THIS WEBSITE, PLEASE CONTACT:

Jeffrey C. Johnston, SVP
First National Bank in Fairfield
100 East Burlington
Fairfield IA 52556
641-472-4121
E-mail: info@fnbfairfieldiowa.com

FOR COMMENTS/INQUIRIES REGARDING OUR INTERNET BANKING, PLEASE CONTACT:

Jeffrey C. Johnston, SVP
First National Bank in Fairfield
100 East Burlington
Fairfield, IA 52556
641-472-4121
E-mail: info@fnbfairfieldiowa.com

FOR INQUIRIES, COMMENTS, OR REQUESTS REGARDING SPECIFIC
TRANSACTIONS, PLEASE CONTACT
(You are welcome to address your
correspondence to a specific person or account officer, if applicable):

First National Bank in Fairfield
100 East Burlington
Fairfield, IA 52556
641-472-4121
E-mail: info@fnbfairfieldiowa.com

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