Under and in accordance with the terms of the Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance (the “Ordinance”), the Code of Practice on Consumer Credit Data and any statutory or regulatory guidelines issued by the Privacy Commissioner or other regulatory bodies, any Customer has the right :-
- To check whether the Company holds data about him and the right of access to such data;
- To require the Company to correct any data relating to him which is inaccurate;
- To ascertain the Company’s policies and practices in relation to data and to be informed of the kind of data held by the Company;
- To be informed on request which items of data are routinely disclosed to credit reference agencies or debt collection agencies, and be provided with further information to enable the making of an access and correction request to the relevant credit reference agency or debt collection agency;
- In relation to any account data (including, for the avoidance of doubt, any account repayment data) which has been provided by the Company to a credit reference agency, to instruct the Company, upon termination of the account by full repayment, to make a request to the credit reference agency to delete such account data from its database, as long as the instruction is given within ﬁve years of termination and at no time was there any default of payment in relation to the account, lasting in excess of 60 days within ﬁve years immediately before account termination. Account repayment data include amount last due, amount of payment made during the last reporting period (being a period not exceeding 31 days immediately preceding the last contribution of account data by the Company to a credit reference agency), remaining available credit or outstanding balance and default data (being amount past due and number of days past due, date of settlement of amount past due, and date of ﬁnal settlement of amount in default lasting in excess of 60 days (if any)).