Accounts Bureau Victoria is bound by the Privacy Act 1998, the Australian Privacy Principles (APP’s), any relevant state legislation and any other applicable laws and codes related to personal information.
Accounts Bureau Victoria collects information that are necessary to conduct business with you. You will always know what information is being collected, and you will have the option to choose how Accounts Bureau Victoria uses your information to communicate with you. We will only collect information by lawful and fair means and not in an intrusive way.
Use of personal information
Accounts Bureau Victoria will only use the personal or business information you have supplied for the purpose to:
Identify you as a client;
Improve services to you, your business partners and your employees;
conduct our business as per your requirement;
keep you up to date with our services and products
keep you informed about the services of relevant business partners;
fulfil legal and regulatory obligations;
By providing us with your information, you consent to the use of these information as outlined above.
This website is protected by intellectual property laws. This website may only be used as follows:
you may use temporary copies as necessary on screen for future references
you must not alternate any of the material or remove any part of any copyright notice information from this site
Personal information for third parties
Accounts Bureau Victoria does not share your information with third parties unless it is necessary to carry out our business or as required by law or other legal processes. In such events we will require consent from you prior to disclosing information.
Accounts Bureau Victoria will not sell, rent, trade or otherwise supply to third parties any information obtained from you unless you consent to.
Personal information security
Accounts Bureau Victoria has secure procedures designed to protect against the loss, misuse and alteration of the Information provided under its control.
These procedures include:
restricted access to physical records
passwords and firewalls to electronic records
All information is held for a period of time defined by law for statutory purposes. Beyond that period all information are destroyed.
If you choose to share information on cloud, and due to the vulnerability of information on the Internet and despite our continuous efforts to safeguard and secure the confidentiality of your information, we are unable to guarantee that such method is protected from hackers.
If you have any queries in regard to any statement in this privacy or its application please contact us via email –
For additional information about Privacy, you can refer to the website of the Australian Federal Government, Office of the Australian Information Commissioner