No Further Contact

No Further Contact

We are passionate about sharing great products and services with both current and prospective clients. However, we fully respect the rights of individuals not to be contacted. To ensure industry best practice and customer excellence, we follow ADMA’s Code of Practice in all our communication, and abide by our privacy policy. The ADMA Code of Practice was developed to set standards of conduct for direct marketers, minimise the risk of breaching legislation, promote a culture of best practice, serve as a benchmark in settling disputes and increase business and consumer confidence.

As required by law, we follow very strict Do Not Call (DNC) processes. The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) is responsible for the register under the Do Not Call Register Act 2006. The Act covers telemarketing calls and marketing faxes from within Australia and overseas. You can read more about matters relating to DNC here.

We have also implemented our own No Further Contact Process (NFCP). In order to remove your details from our phone and email lists, please fill in the form below, and if we are legally permitted to do so, a representative will manually remove your contact information from our databases. To protect your interest, we may need to contact you to verify that you (and not a fraudster) actually sent us the request. While we will aim to implement your request immediately, please allow 30 days for both DNC & NFC processes to take place to enable the removal of your details from our CRM. In this document, CRM is a reference to our internal Customer Relationship Management system that allows us to manage business relationships and the data and information associated with them.

We sincerely hope to we have not caused any inconvenience.