Privacy Policy

i2c Privacy Policy

While information is the cornerstone of our ability to provide superior service, our most important asset is the trust of our customers and constituents. At i2c Inc. (i2c), our top priority is to keep the Personal Information entrusted to us secure, use it only as individuals would want us to, and honor each individual’s right to access and update their Personal Information at any time.

We commit to the following as our policy to each of our customers and constituents:

i2c maintains compliance with the US Department of Commerce’s International Trade Administration (ITA) EU-US Privacy Shield Framework and the Swiss-US Privacy Shield Framework, regarding the collection, use and retention of Personal Information transferred from European Union member countries and Switzerland to the United States respectively.

The ITA Privacy Shield Frameworks include the following seven Privacy Shield Principles embraced by i2c:

and the following sixteen Privacy Shield Supplemental Principles (as applicable):

In cases of Accountability of Onward Transfer, i2c retains responsibility for the Personal Information we receive and subsequently transfer to a third party that is acting as an agent on our behalf.

If there are any conflicts between the terms of this Privacy Policy and the ITA Privacy Shield Principles, the Privacy Shield Principles shall govern. For more information about the ITA Privacy Shield Frameworks or to view our active listing on their website, please visit

i2c commits to resolving complaints about the collection or use of Personal Information, in accordance with the Privacy Shield Frameworks. Individuals from the EU and Switzerland who have inquiries or complaints regarding i2c’s Privacy Policy or our adherence to the Privacy Shield Frameworks should first contact the i2c Customer Service Contact Center using the contact number provided to you at the time of your payment card/account issuance. i2c further commits to having unresolved Privacy Shield complaints referred to the following Alternative Dispute Resolution Provider located in the United States:

Judicial Arbitration and Mediation Services Inc. (JAMS).

The services of JAMS are provided to you at no cost. If you do not receive a timely acknowledgment of your complaint from us, or if we have not addressed your complaint to your satisfaction, you may, under certain conditions, invoke binding arbitration via i2c’s Alternative Dispute Resolution Provider, JAMS. Should you wish to pursue this option, you may visit the following JAMS webpage for more information or to file a complaint:

If an issue remains unresolved after pursuing the above mechanisms for resolving complaints regarding i2c’s compliance with the ITA Privacy Shield Frameworks, you may, under certain conditions, raise the issue with your Data Protection Authority, and at no cost to you, invoke binding arbitration with the US Department of Commerce’s ITA. Should you wish to pursue this option, you may visit the following Annex I webpage for more information:

i2c is subject to the investigatory and enforcement powers of the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the US Department of Transportation. i2c may be required to disclose an individual’s Personal Information in response to a lawful request issued by a public authority, including a US national security agency, a local/regional law enforcement agency, and/or a court of law.

We self-certify compliance with