Welcome to Sunvalley Insurance’s (“Sunvalley”) website. We appreciate your interest. Sunvalley Insurance is a licensed, independently operating, division of Sunvalley Corporation, LLC.
This website is intended for an audience in the United States of America. The information you provide will be transferred and processed by a computer server located within the United States of America.
Tracking, Monitoring, and Cookies
We do not collect personally identifiable information about you unless you voluntarily provide it to us. Personally identifiable information is any information or data that is unique to an individual such as a name, Social Security Number, address, birth date, etc. Parts of the Sunvalley website may allow you to provide Sunvalley with personally identifiable information in order for Sunvalley to provide requested products, services, or materials to you, or to respond to your questions. The personally identifiable information you provide is used only for the stated purposes on that website page. Sunvalley does not sell, license, transmit or disclose personal information that you provide to us outside of Sunvalley and its affiliated companies except with the following exceptions:
- If all or part of the company is sold, merged, dissolved, acquired, or other similar business transactions occur
- If we receive a lawful court order, subpoena, or search warrant requesting such information
- If a law or regulation requires us to share the information
- If we choose to work with law enforcement when they investigate and/or prosecute illegal or harmful activities
- If we choose to investigate activities that violate our rules
It is your choice to provide personal information to us through this website. You do not have to provide personal information if you do not want to. That may limit your ability to use certain parts of the website. Please contact Sunvalley customer service to learn how to obtain products, services, or materials, or have your questions answered, in a different manner.
Sunvalley will not intentionally collect any personal information from children under the age of 13 through our website without first obtaining parental consent. If you think we have collected personal information from a child under the age of 13 through this web site please contact Sunvalley customer service.
Protecting Social Security Numbers
Sunvalley protects personally identifiable information, including any Social Security Number Sunvalley receives during the course of business. Sunvalley uses various physical, technological, and administrative safeguards designed to protect against unauthorized access of your Social Security Number.
Sunvalley takes the duty to protect your personally identifiable information seriously. We strive to keep your data safe by using industry-proven best practices. Sunvalley protects the confidentiality of the data you submit through this website by encrypting sensitive information. Encryption is a way of concealing and securing data. Sunvalley uses a 128-bit Secure Socket Layer (SSL). Sunvalley uses a system of firewalls to help protect our private network from unauthorized Internet users. Sunvalley continually checks the whole system and makes sure data is secure. We use an Intrusion Prevention System (IPS) and other monitoring tools. These tools alert our security team so that they can find and block attacks against our systems. Sunvalley analyzes data in real time to check for threats. We also check to make sure that everything is working properly. Data is collected from all security and network hardware, software and systems. Sunvalley has back-up systems and a disaster recovery plan in place. This means that all critical systems and data will continue be safe and available. This is a common way to prepare for a range of problems that can include power outages or natural disasters.
Even so, Sunvalley cannot guarantee the security of our website. We cannot guarantee that the personal information sent or submitted through our website will not be intercepted while being transmitted to us. We are not liable for the acts of malicious third parties.
The effective date of this policy is April 15, 2019.