Electronic Documents, Deserve Program and Consent
Under the federal E-SIGN Act, with your consent, we can deliver information and required disclosures to you electronically and can use electronic records and electronic signatures in connection with your transactions with Deserve, Inc., formerly Self Score, Inc., (herein also “We” “Us” or “Company”). Deserve’s program is focused on web-based efficiencies. It does not offer a non-electronic application process (e.g., paper or by telephone). Therefore, please review the terms of this Electronic Consent Policy prior to giving your consent, and retain a copy of this document, as well as all other information and disclosures you receive electronically for your records.
Further, by clicking the “I Accept” box, you are providing consent for Deserve to provide information and required disclosures to you electronically. This consent for electronic delivery applies to all required disclosures regarding the application process and, if your application is approved, a credit card account and other services you have with us during a customer relationship. Your consent is effective until withdrawn by you. Agreeing to accept information and disclosures electronically means that once we present them to you, and, if required, you accept them, they will apply to you and your account with us. [To better understand this and related issues, below we provide additional information on consent and effect of withdrawal; our Privacy Notice and opting-out/limiting receipt of certain information. For questions, please contact us at 800-418-7353.]
In sum, in order to proceed with the application process, and open a credit card account (or other services), should your application be approved, you must consent to electronic delivery of information and disclosures. If you do not want to consent to electronic delivery of information/disclosures, you will not be able to proceed with the application process and possibly open an account with us.
Types of Electronic Documents
Listed below are some of the information/disclosures you may receive electronically.
- Application status notices, including updates and requests for application documentation
- Patriot Act Notice
- Frequently Asked Questions Information
- Deserve Card Products Terms and Conditions (Cardholder Agreements)
- SelfScore Achieve or Classic Credit Card Terms and Conditions (Cardholder Agreements)
- AutoPay Notice (A credit card payment feature.)
- Decisioning Notices (e.g., Adverse Action or Approval Notices)
- Periodic/Monthly Account Statements
- Year-end tax information
- Deserve Policies, as applicable
- Any disclosure or notification that is required under applicable laws and regulations
We reserve the right to send Disclosures and other information to you in paper form, but doing so will not negate your consent herein or require us to send paper documents at any other time in the future.
Updating Your Contact Information
To ensure that you receive and have access to all necessary information, you will need to keep your contact Information (email address, phone number, physical address, and any other information necessary to contact you) current with us. To update your contact information, please call us at 800.418.7353 or log on to your account and follow the procedures indicated in your account settings. If you do not update/maintain your contact information, thus possibly precluding Deserve from communicating with you, you agree not to hold Deserve liable for any loss or damage that may result.
Withdrawal of Consent and Opt-Out of Marketing Information
You can withdraw your consent to electronic delivery, but doing so will not affect the legal effectiveness, validity or enforceability of the electronic information/documents that were provided to you before your withdrawal became effective. If you wish to withdraw your consent, you may do so by calling us at 800.418.7353. You will need to provide your full name, resident address, email address, and phone number associated with your application or account. Your withdrawal may take up to ten (10) days for us to process and close your application or account.
Should you decide to withdraw your consent after beginning the application process and before a decision on the application can be made (e.g., not completing the application process or not submitting all required documentation/information to complete your application), you agree to allow us to maintain your email address for the purpose of forwarding any required decision and notice. For example, federal regulations require that financial institutions, such as Deserve, provide applicants with a decision on a credit lending application within 30 days of applying.
Deserve reserves the right to amend and update this Policy at any time, with or without notice to you. However, if changes are material or affect your ability to access your account information, we will notify you by electronic or other means.
Retaining Your Documents
You will need a printer or long-term computer or other storage device to retain the Disclosures we provide during the application process and customer relationship period, if approved. As a back-up, we encourage you to print or save the Disclosures for your records and future reference.
Hardware and Software Requirements
As noted above, electronic Disclosures will be provided throughout the Application and customer relationship period, if your application is approved. Given that you have access to this and other documents, application, forms, and pages via the Internet, it is likely that you are already using the necessary hardware and software needed to meet access requirements.
To consent to this Policy and receive information and disclosures, you will need the following:
- A computing device such as a desktop, laptop, tablet, mobile phone or similar computing device
- A connection to the internet with a modem or other method of access (e.g. public access)
- A contract with an Internet Service Provider (“ISP”) in order to connect to the internet
- Internet browser software such as Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, or Apple Safari to access these Disclosures
Your internet browser software must be able to use 256-bit encryption to enable Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)