Personal Information Disclosure: United States or Overseas
It is understood and agreed to that RIS may provide certain information that is and must be kept confidential. The Client shall limit disclosure of Confidential Information within its own organization to its directors, officers, partners, members, employees and/or independent contractors (collectively referred to as “affiliates”) having a need to know. The client and affiliates will not disclose the confidential information obtained from the RIS unless required to do so by law.
Online Investigations (catfish)
No Guarantee of Outcome or Results. User is retaining Company for its level of expertise, dedication, and time devoted towards your particular matter, rather than a particular outcome or result. User understands that Rush Intel Services will do everything legally within their means to achieve your desired outcome. However, Rush Intel Services does not make any representations regarding our ability to achieve your desired outcome and cannot guarantee what may or may not be retrieved on your digital devices because every case is inherently unique and it is impossible to foresee all potential impediments during the rendering of services.
Complaint Resolution Process and Procedure: Company places a high value of importance on customer satisfaction and therefore treats every complaint with a commensurate degree of seriousness. For this reason, Company provides clear channels of communication for User to convey any complaint or dissatisfaction with services rendered, with the goal of seeking a prompt and satisfactory resolution for both parties.
Disclaimer as to Legal advice and Accuracy of Information. The information on this Site is for informational purposes only, and is not legal advice or a substitute for legal counsel. The information may or may not reflect the most current legal developments; accordingly, information on the Site is not promised or guaranteed to be correct or complete, and should not be relied upon as such. As legal advice must be tailored to the specific circumstances of each case, nothing provided on the Site should be used as a substitute for advice of competent counsel.
Limitation of liability. USE OF THE INTERNET AND THE SITE IS SOLELY AT YOUR RISK AND IS SUBJECT TO, WITHOUT LIMITATION, ALL APPLICABLE LOCAL, STATE, NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL LAWS AND REGULATIONS. THE COMPANY SHALL NOT BE LIABLE, AND DISCLAIMS AND LIMITS ANY LIABILITY, FOR ANY CLAIM, LOSS OR DAMAGE, DIRECT OR INDIRECT, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, COMPENSATORY, CONSEQUENTIAL, INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY OR PUNITIVE DAMAGES OF ANY KIND WHATSOEVER in connection with, as a result of, or arising (i) out of the use of or inability to use the site; (ii) from any interruption in the availability of the site; (iii) from any loss of data and/or from any equipment failure; (iv) out of the procurement of substitute goods or services resulting from any problems with the goods, content and/or services purchased or obtained from the site, or transactions entered into, through or from the site; (v) from unauthorized access to or alteration of your transmissions or data; (vi) from statements or conduct of any third party on the site; (vii) from any delay or failure of the site arising out of causes beyond company’s control; (viii) out of the use of, reference to, or reliance on, the company content; (ix) or (ix) out of any other matter relating to the site or company content.
Missing Persons - Locates performed without Legal Basis
If this investigation is an attempt to locate a target (family member, adoption, reunion, former family member, friend or significant other), for a non-commercial purpose that does not fall with permissible purpose guidelines of the Fair Credit Reporting Act, I understand I will not receive the subject’s whereabouts or personal information until they have signed a waiver authorizing the release of this information to me. In the event that the subject declines the release of his or her information, you authorize RIS to release your home address, email address, telephone number or other contact information to the subject for the purpose of contacting you directly. In any case, I understand that I will still be liable for the cost of the investigation conducted whether the subject authorizes the release of their information or not
Per CA civil code 1786.20, we do not transmit our information outside the territories of the United States. Every effort is made to determine the nature of the request for information made by employers or other agencies so that Rush intel services can be assured that a permissible purpose exists for the use of said information.
For more information on our Practices of personal information disclosure, please call or write:
254 N Lake Ave
Pasadena CA 91101
(a) An investigative consumer reporting agency shall maintain reasonable procedures designed to avoid violations of Section 1786.18 and to limit furnishing of investigative consumer reports for the purposes listed under Section 1786.12. These procedures shall require that prospective users of the information identify themselves, certify the purposes for which the information is sought and that the information will be used for no other purposes, and make the certifications described in paragraph (4) of subdivision (a) of Section 1786.16. From the effective date of this title, the investigative consumer reporting agency shall keep a record of the purposes for which information is sought, as stated by the user. The investigative consumer reporting agency may assume that the purpose for which a user seeks information remains the same as that which a user has previously stated. The investigative consumer reporting agency shall inform the user that the user is obligated to notify the agency of any change in the purpose for which information will be used. An investigative consumer reporting agency shall make a reasonable effort to verify the identity of a new prospective user and the uses certified by the prospective user prior to furnishing the user any investigative consumer reports. An investigative consumer reporting agency may not furnish an investigative consumer report to a person unless it has a written agreement that the investigative consumer reports will be used by that person only for purposes listed in Section 1786.12.
(b) Whenever an investigative consumer reporting agency prepares an investigative consumer report, it shall follow reasonable procedures to assure maximum possible accuracy of the information concerning the individual about whom the report relates. An investigative consumer reporting agency shall retain the investigative consumer report for two years after the report is provided.
(c) An investigative consumer reporting agency may not make an inquiry for the purpose of preparing an investigative consumer report on a consumer for employment purposes if the making of the inquiry by an employer or prospective employer of the consumer would violate applicable federal or state equal employment opportunity law or regulation.
(d) (1) An investigative consumer reporting agency doing business in this state shall conspicuously post, as defined in subdivision (b) of Section 22577 of the Business and Professions Code, on its primary Internet Web site information describing its privacy practices with respect to its preparation and processing of investigative consumer reports. If the investigative consumer reporting agency does not have an Internet Web site, it shall, upon request, mail a written copy of the privacy statement to consumers. The privacy statement shall conspicuously include, but not be limited to, both of the following:
(A) A statement entitled “Personal Information Disclosure: United States or Overseas,” that indicates whether the personal information will be transferred to third parties outside the United States or its territories.
(B) A separate section that includes the name, mailing address, e-mail address, and telephone number of the investigative consumer reporting agency representatives who can assist a consumer with additional information regarding the investigative consumer reporting agency’s privacy practices or policies in the event of a compromise of his or her information.
(2) For purposes of this subdivision, “third party” shall include, but not be limited to, a contractor, foreign affiliate, wholly owned entity, or an employee of the investigative consumer reporting agency.
(e) An investigative consumer reporting agency shall be liable to a consumer who is the subject of a report if the consumer is harmed by any unauthorized access of the consumer’s personally identifiable information, act, or omission that occurs outside the United States or its territories as a result of the investigative consumer reporting agency negligently preparing or processing an investigative consumer report, or portion thereof, outside of the United States or its territories. Liability shall be in an amount equal to the sum of (1) any actual damages sustained by the consumer as a result of the unauthorized access, and (2) in the case of any successful action to enforce any liability under this section, the costs of the action together with reasonable attorney’s fees, as determined by the court.