Brotherhood Credit Union is providing information on the Internet as a benefit in furtherance of the credit unions customer services. The credit union’s commitment to safeguard your privacy extends to the Internet. While browsing our website, we do not collect any personally identifiable information unless you voluntarily and knowingly emailed us this information.
Our internet service provider may collect general information on our behalf from portal visitors simply for security and statistical purposes. The information collected for these purposes may include internet address of referral site, date and time of access, name and version of web browser, internet service provider, internet protocol address, and pages visited in our site.
All information provided in official Brotherhood Credit Union web sites is provided for information purposes only and does not constitute a legal contract between the credit union and any person or entity unless otherwise specified. Information on official credit union web sites is subject to change without prior notice at the credit union’s discretion. Although every reasonable effort is made to present current and accurate information, Brotherhood Credit Union makes no guarantees of any kind.
Any links to external web sites and/or non-credit union information provided on credit union pages or returned from credit union web search engines are provided as a courtesy. They should not be construed as an endorsement by the credit union of the content or views of the linked materials. The credit union does not exert editorial control over materials posted or emailed by any customer to any other person.
Cookies are small files stored on a computer. Cookies can be disruptive, such as those left on a computer by advertisers (causing pop-up ads) after a particular web site is visited or can be helpful, such as a cookie that remembers customer preferences.
Brotherhood Credit Union promotes internet safety for children. We do not knowingly market to or solicit information from children under 13 without parent consent. The Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act protects children under the age of 13 from the online collection of personal information.