Privacy Policy for High Mountain

By using or accessing this website you signify your acknowledgment and assent to the Privacy Policy set forth below. If you do not agree to this policy, please do not use this website. This policy is intended to help you understand how High Mountain, its subsidiaries and affiliates (“High Mountain,” “we,” or “us”) collect, use and safeguard the information you provide on our website.

What we do

High Mountain Collection LLC is a NJ and NY collection agency. High Mountain collects a wide variety of consumer receivables assigned to us from a variety of vendors. These consumer receivables may contain certain personal identifiable information such as name, address, social security number and payment history. While holding and collecting money for its own account, High Mountain liquidates the receivables through alliances with collection agencies and law firms that specialize in the recovery of these assets.

What we collect
We aggregate both anonymous and personal data. What we collect depends on what you do when you use our website and on what personal information you elect to give us.

Anonymous data
We collect anonymous data when you visit our site, including your internet address, the time of your visit and the pages that you view. We use this information to monitor and improve the performance of our site so that we can continue to effectively and reliably provide useful services for our visitors and our company.

Personal information
If you wish, you can provide us with personal information about yourself by using the contact forms and email addresses on this site. This information includes your name, business name, email address and phone number. We only collect this information directly from you and only when you elect to provide it. Personal information about you is only used to conduct business with you. If you accept the opportunity to be contacted by us, either by personal email, telephone or email newsletter, you can revoke that acceptance at any time by contacting us at the contact points specified below.

  • Name, postal address, email address, and telephone number.
  • Information we receive from you on applications, forms and in other communications to us, whether in writing, in person, by telephone or by any other means.
  • Information about your transactions with us, our affiliated companies, or others.
  • Information from your transactions with us, such as payment history.
  • Information we receive from your computer when you visit our website that is unique to e-commerce transactions. It may include the website you visited before ours, your Internet e-mail address and operating system and statistical information on Web traffic and usage patterns.

We do not provide customer information to persons or organizations outside High Mountain that are doing business on High Mountain’s behalf for their own marketing purposes.

We store information that we collect through cookies, log files, and/or clear gifs to create a profile of our users. A profile is stored information that we keep on individual users that details their viewing preferences. Consequently, collected information is tied to the users’ personally identifiable information to provide offers and improve the content of the site for the user. This profile is used to tailor a user’s visit to our website, and to direct pertinent marketing promotions to them. We do not share your profile with other third parties.

What we share
In the course of liquidating the receivables through alliances with collection agencies and law firms, personal information related to your account may be shared or transferred to these entities for them to properly conduct their business. Except for this possible sharing, we DO NOT sell, lease or otherwise share any aggregate non-personably identifiable data or personal information about our visitors with or to any third party companies or individuals. We may disclose your personal information if required to do so by law or in the good-faith belief that such action is necessary to:
(a) conform to the edicts of the law or comply with legal process served on High Mountain or its websites.
(b) protect and defend the rights or property of High Mountain or
(c) act to protect the personal safety of the employees of High Mountain and other users of the website

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