Privacy Policy

Private Lender Law, is committed to respecting your privacy and complying with applicable data protection and privacy laws. The following Privacy Policy describes how we obtain and use your data. By using, you agree to the terms and conditions of this Policy. If you are not in agreement with the terms and conditions of our Policy, please do not use the Website.

Information Collection:

Private Lender Law may obtain general data about you, which includes a domain name and IP Address. Neither will disclose anything personal aside from the IP address used to access our site. We may also collect information about your Internet browser type and operating system, which brought you to our Website, as well as the web pages you accessed.

Additionally, we will collect any information that you have willingly provided us about our services or Website.

In the future, we may reach out to you through email to let you know about upcoming products, specials, services, or updates to our privacy policy.

Information Use:

Information obtained will be used for the following internal purposes: evaluating and managing data as well as for upgrading our services and Website that includes personal data requests and customer support.


We adhere to established industry standards to ensure the information is protected upon submission and reception.

Sensitive information that includes credit card and banking data will be encrypted and securely sent to us. This can be verified by the closed lock icon at the bottom of the web browser or the “https” before the website URL area.

Aside from online, we also offer protection for information provided to us via offline means. Only employees who perform a task that requires this data (billing, customer service, etc.) will be allowed access. All other information will be stored in a secure area.


Cookies (site data stored on the visitor’s hard drive) are required for site use for seamless repeat visits. With the use of cookies, you only need to login once, which alleviates extra time entering the password. Cookies also records and helps target the users’ interests to enhance the overall experience. Cookies do not, however, offer us access to additional personal information not submitted.


Your information will not be sold to any third parties engaged in any type of mass email marketing program.

We will however release any personal information or IP addresses if we are required by law as a result of:

Ongoing investigations dealing with illegal activities that require us by law to assist with any legal process during the investigation. To help protect our company against those violating the law, if our or third party rights are threatened and/or misuse of our Website and relevant properties.

It is important to understand that when you visit and submit information to a website accessible by the public you run the risk of your personal contact information being collected that may potentially be used for the purpose of sending unsolicited messages.

This means you are responsible for maintaining the privacy of your personal data whenever visiting a website or searching online.


Our Website may link to other websites, which means we are not responsible for the specific privacy policies of those websites. To protect yourself, please review their privacy policy statements, especially if the websites also collect personal data.


By visiting our Website, you have consented to your information being collected for the reasons specified previously. If we do revise our Privacy Policy, we will post any changes to this page. Please revisit to ensure you are up-to-date and understand our latest information collection and usage policies.

Please don’t hesitate to reach out if you have any questions.