Section 502(e) exceptions of GLBA lists several exceptions to the reuirements that would apploy otherwise to a bank's disclosure of nonpublic personal information to nonaffiliated third parties. These exceptions. contained ins ections 40.14 and 40.15 of the OCC's rule, generally are intended to permit a bank to continue sharing information as needed to conduct routine business transactions, such as disclosures made in connection with administration, processing, servicing, or sale of a consumer's account. When a bank shares information under any of these exceptions, it need not provide a consumer with an opportunity to opt out of the information sharing, but it still must provide privacy notices to its customers. The credit bureau would be considered a nonaffiliated third party vendor, necessary to provide routine business. But other aspects must be considered such as FCRA and any signature requirements to "pull" a credit report.
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