This web site and the information it contains are presented as a service to credit unions. While we have attempted to ensure the information presented is accurate, errors may nonetheless occur. We assume no responsibility for any person’s reliance on the information presented on this web site for any purpose.
Tricorp will safeguard, according to strict standards of security and confidentiality, any information our member institutions share with us about their own organizations, and information pertaining to their individual natural person members.
Tricorp will limit the collection and use of member credit union and natural person credit union members information to the minimum it requires to deliver service to our credit union institutional constituents and their collective membership. Only authorized employees will be permitted to have access to member information.
Tricorp will not reveal institutional member information or natural personal credit union member information to any external organization except as authorized by Tricorp’s institutional credit union members or as might be required by law from time to time.
Tricorp will always maintain control over the confidentiality of its institutional credit union membership information and information pertaining to natural person credit union members.
Tricorp shall comply with federal and Maine state privacy regulations and will monitor its continuing compliance on a regular basis. See the GRAMM-LEACH BLILEY ACT (Financial Modernization Act) NCUA Section 16 (12 C.F.R. 716); and Federal Trade Commission Section 313 (16 C.F.R. 313).