At Ambassador Fuel & Oil Burner Corp.
one of our top priorities is the protection of your nonpublic, personal information. While gathering needed financial information allows us to provide you with goods and services on an extended credit basis, our most valued asset is you, our customer, and the trust that you have afforded us all these years.
In order to better help you understand how we protect your nonpublic personal information we are providing you with the following statement which best describes our practices, policies, and procedures.
We collect, retain, and use nonpublic personal information about you, as allowed by law, to provide you with various products and services. We may collect such nonpublic personal information from sources such as:
Information we receive from you on applications or other forms, such as your name, address, social security number, and employment information, credit card and check information;
Financial transactions you conduct with us or any of our affiliates; and,
Information we receive from consumer reporting agencies, such as information regarding your credit worthiness, and credit history.
It is important that we do not share any nonpublic personal information about our customers, or former customers, with anyone, except as permitted by law. The protection of your nonpublic personal information is of the utmost importance to us. In order to protect your privacy, we maintain physical, electronic, and procedural safeguards that meet or exceed industry standards, and we limit employee access to customer information to those who have a business reason to know such information. Lastly, we educate our employees about the importance of confidentiality, and our customers' privacy.
If you have any questions regarding our privacy policies, please do not hesitate to contact us, and "Thank You" for allowing us to satisfy your energy needs.
Ambassador Fuel & Oil Burner Corp.Management
THIRD PARTY NOTIFICATION PROGRAM
When winter arrives, we become especially concerned
with the well-being of our customers who are elderly, handicapped, or live
alone. That is why we suggest our Third
Party Notification Program
, which notifies a “third party” should a
customer’s energy bill become overdue. The third party can then contact the
customer, and possibly avoid an interruption of service. The third party (who
is not financially obligated) can be a relative, friend, neighbor, church,
civic group or a social services agency. Please contact us today if you or
someone you know would like to join this program by sending a certified letter
including the name, telephone number and any other pertinent information of the
designated third party.