California Privacy Rights

Your Rights Under the California Consumer Privacy Act


Under the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018, as amended (the “CCPA”), a California resident has the right to:
•     Request a copy of the personal information that JCPenney has collected about the individual within the immediately preceding 12 months before the request,
•     Request that JCPenney delete the personal information, JCPenney has collected from the individual, subject to certain exceptions, and
•     Opt-out of the sale of his or her personal information.

If you would like to exercise any of the rights listed above, including “DO NOT SELL MY PERSONAL INFORMATION” you may do so by going to this link - Data Subject Rights Request.

For additional information on your California privacy rights under the CCPA, please visit notice to California residents – your privacy rights.

Your Rights Under the California ‘Shine the Light’ Law


A California resident with whom JCPenney has an established relationship has the right to request certain information with respect to the types of personal information JCPenney has shared with third parties for their direct marketing purposes, and the identities of those third parties, within the immediately preceding calendar year, subject to certain exceptions. All requests for such information must be in writing and sent to: J.C. Penney Corporation, Inc., P.O. Box 10001, Dallas, TX 75301. Attention: Corporate Customer Relations. This same California law permits JCPenney to provide you, in response to your written request, with a cost-free means to choose not to have your information shared rather than providing the above described information. You may exercise that choice by any of the means described under “Sharing with Other Companies”.
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