Online Information Practices
Explore the subjects listed below to learn how online information is used by BB&T and our partners, how we protect your privacy, and what your choices are.
A "cookie" is a small file placed on your computer's hard drive by the web server. Cookies can only be read by the web server that sent the cookie to your browser, and they cannot be used to retrieve any personal information, your email address or personal information stored on your computer. Cookies cannot reveal any personally identifiable information about you. The cookies used by us are not data miners or key stroke loggers and do not contain viruses.
To browse anonymously, you may set your browser to disable cookies or delete cookies. See Disabling Cookies below. Please note that disabling cookies for some services may impact your ability to use that service.
BB&T uses session cookies to assist in delivering some online transactions. Session cookies are necessary if you want to use some online services such as BB&T OnLine®. Session cookies are no longer active after you log off the service that initiated them and all session cookies are automatically deleted when you close all open browser windows.
Note: Some product features and services provided by BB&T require you to accept a cookie in order to be able to use the particular functionality or service.