Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) and member communications

Kindred is committed to protecting your privacy and safeguarding your personal and financial information. On July 1, 2014, Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) came into effect and Kindred has adopted policies to ensure compliance with the Act. The Act applies to all electronic communications sent by Canadian companies including email or SMS messages, also referred to as commercial electronic messages (CEMs).
 
Email is a popular form of communication and over the years many members have provided us their email address. We appreciate being able to share important information with you about our products, services, and community activities via email. If you’ve provided us with your email, thank you.

Confirming Consent
CASL requires that CEMs can only be sent if the recipient has provided consent. If you’re an active member, you don’t have to opt-in to receive emails from us. However, we would still prefer to confirm your consent, and if you haven’t already done so, you can provide it by clicking ‘subscribe’ at the bottom of the emails we send out or when you’re visiting your local branch.

Changing Consent
The emails you may receive from Kindred provide you with an option to change your consent at any time. You can also change your consent by calling or visiting your local branch. If you’re not currently subscribed to our email list, or have previously opted out, you can always subscribe again by completing our Sign Up form.

Your privacy is important to us
Please refer to our Privacy Code to learn about our commitment to your privacy. If you would like to learn more about CASL, please visit fightspam.gc.ca.
 
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