Drazga Wealth Advisors, LLC
Customer Information Privacy Principles
Like Most industries today, the financial services industry is rapidly shaped by technology, which is literally changing the way that the firm does business. To be successful in this environment, the firm must
continue to insure that its customers are confident that the firm will manage its financial affairs expertly and confidentially.
At Drazga Wealth Advisors, LLC ("DWA"), the customers have access to a broad range of products and services. To deliver these products and services as effectively and conveniently as possible, it is
essential that DWA uses technology to manage and maintain certain customer information.
DWA wants to assure all of its customers that whenever information is used, it is done with discretion. The safeguarding of customer information is an issue that DWA takes seriously. To affirm DWA's
continuing commitment to the proper use of customer information, the firm has set forth the following Privacy Principles. It is these Privacy Principles that guide DWA in serving the privacy needs of the
1. Regulation of a Customer's Expectation of Privacy. At DWA, the firm believes the confidentiality and protection of customer information is critical to providing quality service, DWA recognizes that
one of the most important assets is the customers' trust. Thus, the safekeeping of customer information is a priority for DWA.
2. Use, Collection, and Retention of Customer Information. DWA limits the use, collection, and retention of customer information to what DWA believes is necessary or useful to conduct business,
provide quality service and offer products, services, and other opportunities that may be of interest to customers.
3. Maintenance of Accurate Information. DWA recognizes that it must maintain accurate customer records. Therefore, DWA has established procedures to maintain the accuracy of customer
information and to keep such information current and complete. These procedures including responding to requests to correct inaccurate information in a timely manner.
4. Limiting Employee Access to Information. At DWA, employee access to personally identifiable customer information is limited to those with a business reason to know such information. Employees
are education on the importance of maintaining confidentiality of customer information and on these Privacy Principles. Because of these issues, all DWA employees are responsible for maintaining the
confidentiality of customer information and employees who violate these Privacy Principles will be subject to disciplinary measures.
5. Protection of Information via Established Security Procedures. DWA recognizes that a fundamental element of maintaining effective customer privacy procedures is to provide reasonable
protection against the unauthorized access to customer information. Therefore DWA has established appropriate security standards and procedures to guard against any unauthorized access to customer
6. Restrictions of the Disclosure of Customer Information. When it comes to sharing customer information with unaffiliated companies, DWA places strict limits on receives specific information about
customer accounts and other personally identifiable data. DWA may share information with such companies if they provide a product or service that may benefit our customers. Whenever we do this, we
carefully review the company and the product or service to make sure it provides value to our customers.
7. Maintaining Customer Privacy in Business Relationship with Third Parties. If DWS provides personally identifiable customer information to a third party with which the firm has a business
relationship, DWA will insist that the third party keep such information confidential, consistent with the conduct of the business relationship.
8. Disclosure of Privacy Principles to Customers. DWA recognizes and respects the privacy expectations of its customers. We want the customers to understand the commitment to privacy in DWA's
use of customer information, As a result of this commitment, DWA has developed these Privacy Principles which are made readily available to customers. Customers who have questions about these
Privacy Principles or have a question about the privacy of their customer information should call Patrick Drazga at (724) 799-8759 or e-mail him at email@example.com.
These Privacy Principles apply to individuals and DWA reserves the right to change these Privacy Principles, and any of the policies or procedures described above, at any time without prior notice. These
privacy Principles are for general guidance and do not constitute a contract or create legal rights and do not modify or amend any agreements that DWA has with its customers.