Banks giving out your info
You have the right to expect your personal and financial information to remain private and secure. A good business organization needs to maintain the standards.
You should consult your attorney regarding this matter and take appropriate actions.
Thanks Roxette! I appreciate your input and help; I think I'll definitely see an attorney about this...No one should hand out your personal info under any circumstances!
The privacy policies of any reputable institution disallow sharing of the personal information of the consumers to any external agencies. If it is done, then it is an offense and should be dealt with strict legal action.
lindsey,nobody should be able to obtain any of your information when going thru a divorce a good thing to do is put an ad in personals stating that you are no longer responsible for anyones debt but your own and also putting a new password on all your accts so if she doesn't have that password your information should be safe and also ben is right with the privacy policies noone should be able to obtain any of your information not even to collect a debt.
I would get a lawyer involved with anything having to do with people giving out your personal information. It's just completely wrong.
I would recommend taking the dispute further up the chain to a manager or someone higher, discuss the problem with them and inform them that you do not give them permission to give out your address to anyone. And that if they can't honor this policy that you will take your business elsewhere.