1.1 Clearly Secure takes your privacy seriously. We do not give any of your details to third parties except under the explicit conditions listed in section 2.12. Privacy Consent
2.1. Clearly Secure collects and uses Personal information about you primarily to supply you with the Service. Clearly Secure also collects and uses Personal Information for related (or secondary) purposes including:
a. billing and account management;
b. business planning and product development; and
c. to provide you with information about promotions, as well as the products and services of Clearly Secure.
2.2. If you do not provide all the Personal Information Clearly Secure requests from you, Clearly Secure may be unable to supply the Service to you, or Clearly Secure may be restricted in the way it supplies the Service to you.
2.3. Clearly Secure may disclose Personal Information about you (for the purposes set out in clause 2.1) to:
a. Clearly Secure's agents, dealers, contractors and franchisees;
b. Clearly Secure's suppliers who need access to the Personal Information to provide Clearly Secure with services, enabling Clearly Secure to supply you with the Service; and
c. joint venture partners of Clearly Secure.
2.4. You may request access to Personal Information Clearly Secure holds about you, and Clearly Secure will grant you access unless it is required or permitted to refuse such a request. You may also request that information about you be corrected if you think that it is not accurate.
2.5. For the purpose of processing your application and ongoing credit management of your account, Clearly Secure may need to disclose to a credit reporting agency:
a. personal identifying details, including your name, current and previous addresses, driver's license number, date of birth and employer;
b. the fact you have applied for a Clearly Secure service, and any credit limit on your account;
c. the amount of payments which are overdue for at least sixty (60) days, when steps have been taken by Clearly Secure to recover those overdue payments;
d. where an overdue payment has been previously reported, advice that the payment is no longer overdue;
e. cheques or credit card payments that have been dishonored;
f. court judgements or bankruptcy orders made against you;
g. whether, in the opinion of Clearly Secure, you have committed a serious credit infringement; and
h. when Clearly Secure ceases to provide products or services to you.
2.6. You authorise Clearly Secure to disclose the information described in clause 7.5 to a credit reporting agency. You also authorise Clearly Secure to seek from or give to any credit providers authorised by you or named in a credit report or to other telecommunications providers (carriers or carriage service providers), and Clearly Secure's franchisees, agents, contractors and outlets, the same information and any other information collected for Service activation and any other information on your credit worthiness, credit history or credit capacity that credit providers are allowed to give under the Privacy Act.
2.7. You authorise Clearly Secure to obtain and use personal credit information (e.g. your existing household loans and personal credit card history) for the purpose of considering an application by you for commercial credit; (to use the Clearly Secure service and your phone as a sole trader). You authorise Clearly Secure to obtain and use commercial information about your commercial credit worthiness or commercial history (your existing credit record as a sole trader) when considering an application for consumer credit, for example where the Service will be used for domestic purposes.
2.8. Clearly Secure may refuse or cancel the supply the Service on the basis of its credit assessment of you. You are entitled to see, and to correct, any credit information which Clearly Secure holds about you.