I just got a notice of my privacy rights from Chase, my credit card company.
We offer you the following two choices about sharing information that identifies you:
- Choice #1: You may tell us not to share information about you with non-financial companies outside of our family of companies. Even if you do tell us not to share, we may do so as required or permitted by law.
So it’s nice that I may tell them something that they will then feel free to ignore. I’m on the edge of telling them to go perform a physically awkward act upon themselves, a suggestion they may ignore as required or permitted by law.