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Does the Nationstar mortgage website save my personal information?

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Nationstar Mortgage stores information provided by customers, such as registration, survey and transaction data. It also stores information collected through third parties, such as credit and employment histories. According to Nationstar's privacy disclosure, this information is retained even after customers have ceased business with the company.

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As a mortgage company, Nationstar must access personal information about its customers in order to determine credit worthiness and transact business. The Nationstar website provides customer access to account information, so the company stores records of transactions made through the site.

The Nationstar Mortgage website also uses cookies, small files stored on customer computers that identify user preferences. Combined with web beacon tracking code, cookies may be used to track user activity online.

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