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Instant Approval Loans Site Launches New Privacy Policy

A site providing instant approval loans launches new privacy policy that takes personal data protection to a higher level.

OAKLAND, Calif., June 20, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Instant approval loans are the new buzzword these days. With a plethora of sites offering "me too" services, it is very hard to distinguish the imitations from the real deal. Irrespective of the site chosen by customers, one common concern amongst applicants is whether their personal financial information will be confidential. Personal-Loans.com, a site providing instant approval loans, recently updated its privacy policy to ease borrower concerns and improve overall user experience.

"Several additions and revisions were made to the existing privacy policy. From a user standpoint, Personal-Loans.com has decided to avoid storing client data and resorting to instant transfer to lenders instead. The site uses cutting-edge encryption packets to ensure the data is transmitted in a secure and safe fashion. At no point does Personal-Loans.com store any client information. This safeguard maximizes the safety and security of our clients' personal financial information. We leave nothing to chance," explains Atul, chief technology officer of Personal-Loans.com.

"We are in the financial industry. Compromising user data for any purpose is out of the question. Apart from regulatory protocols, our standards are much higher than those mandated by government bodies. These precautions avoid unnecessary security lapses," adds Atul.

Personal-Loans.com was formed nearly fifteen years ago with the sole mission of helping loan applicants apply and qualify for instant approval loans. Every year, the site updates its privacy policy and security infrastructure to ensure clients receive the highest possible care and protection at all times. In addition to the storage and transmission policies, the privacy policy also spells out the impact of social media tools on its existing infrastructure.

"We have been helping clients apply for loans for a very long time and during this timeframe we have perfected all our systems and practices. When a client submits a loan application, they are immediately connected to a lender who specializes in providing the type of loan requested by the client. As we do not store data internally, clients are protected to a greater degree in comparison to our competitors," says Roger Render, CEO and founder of Personal-Loans.com.

Personal-Loans.com is a free site that helps customers apply for instant approval loans. Users need to complete a short, thirty-second loan application and based on user responses, a matching lender would connect with the client with a potential quote and terms package. The user can then compare various programs and terms and narrow down the option to a program that best fits her/his needs.

Working with multiple lenders ensures substantial savings for the client and a streamlined and extremely efficient research process. Till date, the site has served tens of thousands of borrowers and has facilitated a loan portfolio exceeding millions of dollars.

For more information and to request a quote, visit Personal-Loans.com.

Media Contact: Roger Render, Personal-Loans.com Ltd, 305-942-8085, [email protected]

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