TurboTax HelpTurboTax HelpIntuit

What is the California Consumer Privacy Act?

SOLVEDby TurboTaxUpdated 1 week ago

Effective January 1st, 2020 the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”) gives California residents certain rights over their personal information, including the right to know about the personal data being collected about them and whether companies are selling that information.

Intuit Credit Karma does not sell your personal information to third parties.

As a financial services company, Credit Karma is subject to rigorous financial privacy laws that protect the personal information of our members, such as the Fair Credit Reporting Act, the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, and Driver’s Privacy Protection Act. The CCPA recognizes that information already protected by those laws, such as your personal credit information, is not covered by the CCPA.

Credit Karma remains committed to upholding the privacy rights of our members, including by providing you with CCPA type information. We are transparent about the ways we collect and share data. You can find out more about how Credit Karma collects, uses, and shares your personal information by reading our Privacy Policy and CA Privacy Notice.

If you are a California resident and would like to submit a request, you will be able to do so starting January 1st, 2020. We will do our best to fulfill your request, subject to the exemptions described above.

Dynamic AdsDynamic Ads