At C U CLEAR our performed business products and services revolve around our Case Management System (CMS) as our central hub and managed by a dedicated case manager who orchestrates required client services with assigned investigators. Our functions, operations, and permissible purposes services fall under several regulatory agencies that are designed to protect consumer interest from inaccurate or erroneous information obtained on them via public information. In these instances there are proper procedures, practices, and processes that must be adhered to in order to remedy and cure discoveries that affect the consumer. C U CLEAR takes a proactive approach in working in conjunction with our clients and consumers (client applicants) by providing them with a professional advocacy guidance to ensure that we meet the requirements set forth by these regulatory agencies. Please feel free to view our Consumer Compliant Policy Statement for further explanation.
In order to protect the personal privacy of our clients, their employees, associates, and applicants, C U CLEAR directives strictly prohibits any solicitation and advises against the transmission of any Personal Identification Information (PII) via any unsecured means to include email. Any transmissions containing attachments, (PII), proprietary, confidential, or sensitive information to and from C U CLEAR that fall outside of our contracted services via our Case Management Services (CMS), will always be conducted in a secured and encrypted manner for added protection. If any of our clients or consumers do not possess the means of a secured transmission mode, please advise immediately so we can provide you with a secured method to transact with us. We highly encourage all of our clients, their employees, associates, and consumers to follow our adopted (PII) business practices.
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