Statement of Notifiable Matters

Effective 12 March 2014
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC AUSTRALIA PTY LIMITED

The Credit Reporting Privacy Code requires Mitsubishi Electric Australia Pty Limited ("MEAust", "us" or "we") to disclose to you a number of “notifiable matters” at or before the time we collect personal information which is likely to be disclosed to a credit reporting body.

The notifiable matters we are required to disclose to you are set out in this Statement of Notifiable Matters.

  • If you apply for commercial credit or offer to act as guarantor, we may exchange credit-related information about you with the following credit reporting body (CRB):

Veda
PO Box 964
North Sydney NSW 2059
1300 762 207
www.veda.com.au

  • We will use the information we obtain from the CRB to determine your eligibility for credit. We may also process the information to assess your credit worthiness.
  • The CRB may include the credit information we provide to it in reports that it provides to other credit providers to assist the credit providers to assess your credit worthiness.
  • If you commit a serious credit infringement, we may be entitled to disclose this to a CRB.
  • We handle credit information we collect and hold in accordance with our Credit Reporting Policy.
  • You can request a copy of our Credit Reporting Policy and/or our Statement of Notifiable Matters by mail to the Privacy Officer, 348 Victoria Road, Rydalmere, NSW 2116; via email at <privacy@meaust.meap.com> or by telephone on(02) 9684 7777. Alternatively, you can obtain a copy our Credit Reporting Policy and/or Statement of Notifiable Matters by visiting our website (www.mitsubishielectric.com.au).
  • You may obtain Veda’s policies about its management of credit-related information by visiting its website (www.veda.com.au/credit-reporting-policy) or by contacting Veda directly by mail to Veda, PO Box 964, North Sydney NSW 2059.
  • You have the right to access credit information we hold about you, as well as to request that we correct the credit information. You may also make a complaint to us about our collection or handling of your credit information. Details of how you may exercise these rights are set out in our Credit Reporting Policy.
  • You also have the right to request CRBs:
    1. not to use your credit reporting information for the purposes of pre-screening of direct marketing by credit providers; and
    2. not to use or disclose your credit reporting information, if you believe on reasonable grounds that you have been, or are likely to be the victim of fraud.

Our Statement of Notifiable Matters is to be read in conjunction with our Privacy Policy and Credit Reporting Policy.