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SunTrust takes consumer privacy seriously. We recognize the sensitive nature of your personal financial information, and we take every precaution to protect your privacy, both online and offline.

SunTrust does not sell, rent or trade any client information to other companies, and it adheres to a strict privacy policy that limits how client information is shared within the company.

In an effort to provide clients with the best products and services available however, SunTrust and its affiliates use select client information for targeted offers, such as for credit cards or insurance.

Not interested? You can use our “opt out” service to let SunTrust know you’re not interested in such offers or to restrict the client communications you receive via mail, e-mail or phone.

  •  “No Share:” This prohibits SunTrust from sharing personal information that’s not publicly available with SunTrust affiliates and our credit card issuer, who typically use this information to send targeted offers.
  •  "No Direct Mail" and/or "No Telemarketing:" By making these choices, you are directing SunTrust to remove you from lists used for direct mail and telephone solicitations.

Use the link on this page to complete an online “opt out” form that will let you customize your communication preferences and instruct SunTrust on how to use your personal information and how best to contact you.

To update your privacy preferences call 800.432.9472.

Consumer Privacy Preferences Opt Out form

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