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What is the CCPA?

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What does USC Credit Union use cookies for?

USC Credit Union uses cookies to enhance user experience and analyze performance and traffic on our website. We also use cookies for essential functionality on our site. For a full explanation of our use of cookies, please refer to our Consumer Privacy Policy.

Do I have control over USCCU’s use of cookies?

Yes. As an internet user, you have the right to accept or opt-out of the use of cookies on USCcreditunion.org. When visiting our website, you’ll be prompted to accept or opt-out of cookies on our website. By clicking “cookie preferences”, you’ll have more options for your preferences on our site.

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