By enrolling in our services, scheduling appointments, or receiving any health consultations from Pain2Wellness, you are consenting to receive text messages, including SMS messages, from Pain2Wellness Center. By providing your contact information, you expressly agree to receive recurring automated messages at the phone number you provided. Please note that your cellular or mobile telephone provider may charge you according to your plan type for these messages.
Your consent to receive messages will remain effective regardless of your registration with any state or federal Do Not Call list or other comparable list or registry. However, you have the right to revoke your consent at any time.
Subtitle A of Title V of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act sets forth specific guidelines regarding the disclosure of non-public personal information about consumers to non-affiliated third parties. It mandates that financial institutions disclose their privacy policies and practices to all customers regarding information sharing with both affiliates and non-affiliated third parties. Moreover, the Act stipulates that customers must have the option to opt out of sharing their non-public personal information with non-affiliated third parties, subject to certain exceptions. Pain2Wellness Center will not share any non-public personal information with non-affiliated third parties except as permitted by the exceptions outlined in the privacy rule.
Right to Financial Privacy Act
The Right to Financial Privacy Act outlines guidelines and procedures governing how federal government agencies may access the financial records of specific customers. This Act applies to requests for financial information concerning individuals and partnerships with five or fewer members and does not extend to corporations or partnerships with more than five members. Requests under the Right to Financial Privacy Act are limited to federal government authorities and do not encompass requests from the Internal Revenue Service, state, local, or non-federal agencies. Pain2Wellness Center will only honor requests for information that comply with the requirements of the Right to Financial Privacy Act, taking stringent precautions to prevent the release of inappropriate details as permitted by the Act.
At Pain2Wellness Center, we prioritize customer service and recognize the importance of preserving our customers’ privacy and confidentiality. Safeguarding our customers’ privacy is integral to our operations, and we adhere to strict standards to maintain the confidentiality of customers’ non-public personal information. The following statement underscores our ongoing commitment to safeguarding customer information.
Information We Collect
We collect non-public personal information about our customers as necessary to conduct business. This information is gathered from various sources, including applications, telephone conversations, face-to-face meetings, and online interactions. Examples of information collected include names, addresses, telephone numbers, social security numbers, credit histories, and other financial details. Additionally, we may receive information about transactions, credit reports, employment verifications, and other relevant data from consumer reporting agencies and third parties.