Credit Information Management Policy
This Personal Credit Information Management Policy of applies to individuals serviced by the iiNet Group (including iiNet, Westnet, Internode, TransACT, and Adam Internet).
The credit information we collect and hold
Credit information we collect and hold may include information that can verify your identity, your financial capacity (such as employment details), your payment history with us, the credit types, amounts and limits you’ve previously sought and/or obtained, information about overdue payments, default listings, serious credit infringements, payment arrangements, any previous credit assessments and publicly available information about your credit worthiness (such as a bankruptcy or any court judgement or orders against).
How we manage your credit information
Some of the credit information is collected by us from you, disclosed to us by our related bodies corporate, other credit providers or credit reporting bodies, or derived from information disclosed to us by credit reporting bodies.
We use your credit information to assess your credit worthiness as a customer.
We may disclose your credit information to our related bodies, service partners or providers (such as debt collection agencies) and corporate credit reporting bodies. For example, if you fail to meet your payment obligations with us or commit a serious credit infringement, we may be entitled to disclose this information to a credit reporting body, who may then include it in credit reports they provide to other credit providers. The credit reporting body that we use and to which we are likely to disclose such information, is:
illion Australia Pty Ltd (illion) and DBCC Pty Ltd, who may be contacted on:
- Phone: 13 23 33 or +61 3 9828 3200
- Website: www.illion.com.au
Access to your credit information
How to make a complaint
Your other important rights
You may request a credit reporting body not to use credit reporting information they hold about you for the purposes of pre-screening of direct marketing by a credit provider.
If you reasonably believe that you have been, or are likely to be, a victim of fraud, you may request a credit reporting body not to use or disclose credit reporting information about you.
You may obtain without charge a copy of:
- This Credit Information Management Policy (or request it in hard copy) - Download print PDF
- Illion’s policy about its management of credit information.
The iiNet Group is continuously improving and enhancing our products and services to our clients and we may update this policy from time to time. Any changes to this policy will be updated on this page.