Commonwealth Financial Network distributes a variety of financial products and services to you through its
network of independent registered representatives, investment adviser representatives, and insurance agents. We
have always valued the trust our customers have placed in us and are committed to the responsible management,
use, and protection of our customers’ personal data. We are proud of our privacy and confidentiality practices, and
we want you to know how we protect your data.

This Online Privacy Policy identifies the ways Commonwealth and its affiliates collect, store, use, disclose, and
protect your personal data. Personal data, also known as personal information, personally identifiable information
(PII), or sensitive personal information (SPI), is any information that can identify a person.

You agree to the practices regarding your personal data outlined in this policy when you use Commonwealth’s
online services (, Client360°, and Investor360°).

2. Data We Collect About You
We may collect data when you use or enroll in Commonwealth’s online services, including some types of personal
data. Examples of personal data include your name, address, email address, telephone number, social security
number, and internet protocol (IP) address and/or domain, as well as other data you may provide us related to a
financial product or service; these include, but are not limited to, investment preferences, demographic information,
or financial information. We may also receive your contact information from a third-party website regarding
requests about financial products and services on that website. For Commonwealth clients, we will ask you for
contact information to provide you with secure online account access. We may collect and maintain information
about your account, online account activity, online services, products requested, and usage of our website and

3. Use/Sharing of Your Personal Data
We will use your personal data to provide information, products, or services you request in Commonwealth’s online
services; to verify your identity when accessing these services; to compare information for accuracy and verify our
records; or to detect and prevent fraud or other criminal activities. We may share some of your personal data with
other entities that perform services for Commonwealth and are authorized to use your personal data to support our
business operations. We may also share some of your personal data as permitted or required by law or as authorized
by you.

4. Storage/Protection of Your Personal Data
To protect the privacy and security of personal data, we have designed and maintain administrative, technical,
physical, and operational safeguards. Given the open nature of the internet, however, your personal data may be
transmitted without security measures over networks connecting you to Commonwealth’s systems and may be
accessed and used by parties other than those for whom the data is intended. To safeguard against unauthorized
access, Commonwealth employs secure network architectures, such as encryption techniques, firewall barriers,
authentication protocols, and intrusion detection.

5. Cookies
A cookie is a text file that is stored by a web browser on a user’s machine. Websites use cookies for authentication,
storing website/information preferences, and other browsing information that can help the web browser while
accessing web servers. Commonwealth uses cookies and similar technologies to track usage of the website and to
address security issues. We may also use cookies to store your preferences relating to the use of our website. If you
do not want to allow our website to place a cookie on your computer, you can change your browser’s settings to
deny cookies; however, this may affect your experience with certain features of our website. Our websites do not
respond differently when accessed by a browser that uses a do-not-track signal or similar mechanism.

6. Social Media
We provide additional information about Commonwealth’s products and services on our social media sites such as
Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter. Information shared on these social media sites is accessible to all participants;
therefore, you should never post any personal data.

7. Personal Data on Children
We respect the privacy of children; therefore, we do not invite children to visit Commonwealth’s online services nor
do we intentionally collect or use personal data from children under the age of 13. For more information on the
Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), please visit the Federal Trade Commission website at

8. Updating/Correcting Your Personal Data
If your personal data or account information is incomplete, inaccurate, or outdated, please contact your financial
advisor or Commonwealth at 800.251.0080.

9. Questions About Your Privacy
Please email us at if you have any questions or concerns regarding this

10. Updates to This Online Privacy Policy
This policy is subject to change and should be reviewed periodically. Changes to this policy will go into effect when
the revised policy is posted to our websites. You accept the revised policy when you choose to use
Commonwealth’s online services following these changes.