State Required Disclosures
CALIFORNIA RESIDENTS: A married applicant may apply for an individual account.
MAINE RESIDENTS: Consumer reports (credit reports) may be obtained in connection with this application. If you request, the creditor will inform you: (1) whether or not consumer reports were obtained, and (2) if reports were obtained, the names and addresses of the consumer reporting agencies (credit bureaus) that furnished the reports. You have the right to choose the agent and insurer for the insurance required by this transaction, but the insurer must be approved by the creditor.
NEW YORK RESIDENTS: A consumer credit report may be requested in connection with this application or in connection with updates, renewals, extensions or enforcement of any credit granted as a result of this application. Upon your request, the creditor will inform you whether or not a consumer credit report was requested, and if so, the name and address of the agency that furnished such report.
OHIO RESIDENTS: The Ohio laws against discrimination require that all creditors make credit equally available to all credit worthy customers, and that credit reporting agencies maintain separate credit histories on each individual upon request. The Ohio Civil Rights Commission administers compliance with this law.
RHODE ISLAND RESIDENTS: A consumer credit report may be requested in connection with this application.
VERMONT RESIDENTS: I authorize the creditor to obtain credit reports on an ongoing basis about me from credit reporting agencies in connection with this extension of credit transaction. The creditor may obtain credit reports about me on an ongoing basis in connection with this extension of credit transaction for any one or more of the following reasons: (1) reviewing the account; (2) increasing the credit line on the account; (3) taking collection action on the account; or, (4) any other legitimate purposes associated with the account.
WASHINGTON RESIDENTS: Please advise us if the creditor should investigate your credit references and/or credit history under another name.
MARRIED WISCONSIN RESIDENTS: No provision of a marital property agreement, a unilateral settlement agreement under Wis. Stat. 766.59, or a court decree under Wis. Stat. 766.70 adversely affects the interest of the creditor unless the creditor, prior to the time the credit is granted, is furnished a copy of the agreement, statement or decree, or has actual knowledge of the adverse provision.
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