John Deere Financial Security Statement - Accountholder Online Security
Protecting your Online Information
John Deere Financial is serious about safeguarding your online account information. As a security measure, you may access your account information only if you have registered with www.PowerPlanDealer.com.
Before using www.PowerPlanDealer.com. to access your online account information you will be asked to create a User ID, and Password. This assures that only you have access to your account information.
You can also help protect your account by monitoring your account regularly to check for suspicious activity and by periodically changing your password.
John Deere Financial uses Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology to encrypt your personal information such as User IDs and Passwords, as well as other account information over the internet. Any information provided to you is scrambled en route and decoded once it reaches your browser. You can look for the letters https:// at the beginning of a Web site URL in your Web site browner.
You can also verify your session is secure by looking for a small padlock symbol which is usually located in the lower corner of your web browser. Current versions of leading web browsers indicate when a web page is encrypted for transmission through this symbol.
A fraudulent e-mail (also known as spoof or phishing) pretends to be from a well-known company in an attempt to obtain personal information by directing you to a fraudulent Web site. To help you better identify fake e-mails, John Deere Financial follows strict guidelines.
We will never ask you to provide or verify the following information in an E-mail:
Links to Third Party Web sites
John Deere Financial is not responsible for the information practices employed by sites linked to or from our Web site. In most cases, links to other sites are provided for information on topics that may be useful to the users of www.PowerPlanDealer.com. Third party Web sites may have different privacy policies and/or security standards governing their sites.
More Information about Online Security
For more information on consumer internet security visit: www.FTC.gov