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I consent to the Financial Institution and its agents and representatives
- using my personal information, from time to time, to better understand my needs and determine the suitability of products and services for me, to determine my eligibility for these products and services, to develop and enhance products and services, and to ensure high service standards;
- using my personal information, from time to time, for marketing purposes, such as providing me with information by mail or in person about the Financial Institution, including its products, services, and/or community activities that may be of interest to me or the third party for whom I am acting;
- disclosing my personal information, from time to time, to market research firms for the purposes of analysis and/or conducting surveys; and
- disclosing my personal information, from time to time, to Financial Institution affiliates and other carefully selected organizations, such as third-party service providers, for marketing purposes such as providing me with information by mail or in person about products, services, and/or community activities that may be of interest to me or the third party for whom I am acting.
Consent to Commercial Electronic Messaging
I give my express consent to the Financial Institution providing me with the marketing information contemplated above by commercial electronic messages (meaning a message sent by any means of telecommunications, including email, text, instant messages or electronic voice messages).
I understand that I can withdraw my consent at any time by contacting the Financial Institution directly at 250-832-8011.
Market Code of Conduct
Credit unions are unique institutions. Operating in Canada for over 100 years, credit unions are financial cooperatives that are governed and financed differently than banks. At credit unions, members are shareholders. Being a member means sharing in SASCU’s success.
At SASCU, our primary motivation is providing quality products and services to our members. We are committed to ensuring that our members are completely satisfied with the level of services they receive.
This is our Market Conduct Code.
The Code recognizes the best practice principles we pledge to follow for soliciting, promoting, advertising, marketing, selling or distributing our products or services. The Code demonstrates our commitment to the fair treatment of all those who use our services. We believe in fair sales practices, comprehensive access to banking services, transparency and openness, and a reasonable approach to settling complaints. Individuals are entitled to the best possible care of their financial interests. We respect all our provincial regulatory obligations, and continually practice absolute excellence in consumer protection. Our best practices can be summarized in five key principles:
Business Practices: We are committed to providing fair treatment to all our members and customers using our products and services. It is a core component of our governance and corporate culture.
Fair Treatment and Fair Sales: Treating members and customers fairly and demonstrating fair sales practices at all times are integral parts of our business practices.
Access to Banking Services: We ensure that all credit union members and customers are granted access to fundamental financial services.
Transparency and Disclosure: SASCU uses plain-language descriptions of products and services in its communications to ensure people make informed decisions.
Complaint Handling: We examine complaints and work to settle them fairly, and we track complaints to help ensure our practices continue to improve.
Read our full Market Code of Conduct.
Terms and Conditions Forms
Code of Conduct for the Credit and Debit Card Industry in Canada
"The purpose of the Code is to demonstrate the industry’s commitment to:
- Ensuring that merchants are fully aware of the costs associated with accepting credit and debit card payments, thereby allowing merchants to reasonably forecast their monthly costs related to accepting such payments.
- Providing merchants with increased pricing flexibility to encourage consumers to choose the lowest-cost payment option.
- Allowing merchants to freely choose which payment options they will accept." - Government of Canada
Review the Code of Conduct for the Credit and Debit Card Industry in Canada here.