Information provided to Amber Group Australia via this website is used for the purpose of processing enquiries, feedback, applications, promotions or competition entries, providing general information and ensuring that the records of Amber are correct and efficient. This information will remain confidential at all times except for disclosure which a user has consented to or which is otherwise required by law. The provision of information is voluntary, however, if this information is not provided Amber may not be able to use the data to effect the purposes for which the information has been provided or collected. Users have the right of access to and alteration of personal information concerning them in accordance with the Privacy Laws. This may be done by contacting Amber's Privacy Officer in writing to 37 Bessemer St, Blacktown, NSW 2148.
This website provides information about Amber Group Australia. It is only intended to provide a general outline of Amber's services and a selected range of Amber's wide range of products available in store. Changes may be made to this website at any time without notice. Amber does not give warranty or accept responsibility for out-dated, misrepresented or inaccurate information on this website. Material may contain links to other websites. Amber does not necessarily endorse or approve of any material on such websites. This website is created and controlled by Amber, as such; the laws of the State of NSW will govern these disclaimers, terms and conditions. We reserve the right to make changes to our website and these disclaimers, terms and conditions from time to time. No part of this website may be reproduced in any form without the prior written permission of Amber Group Australia.
Amber Group Australia strives to protect our customer data at all times. User's trust and data is important to us therefore we have created this document to keep customers informed, which can be accessed any time via our website. The Amber website is hosted on a dedicated server with an agency managing the websites security from unauthorised access. Amber takes sufficient steps to protect its stored user data from misuse from unauthorised access and will endeavour to de-identify data if it is no longer needed for any purpose. General website statistical data may be collected and no attempt will be made to identify personal data of users unless provided or consented to.
Data Collection Information
When enquiring, applying or registering with Amber using the website enquiry/application/registration forms, Amber will record and utilise this information for the purpose given including opt in information. This information may include (but not limited to) name, address, phone number, email and occupation. If users choose not to provide information, Amber may not be able to provide the services required, information requested or entry into competitions/promotions.
Where and how does Amber Group Australia store data information?
Any information received by Amber is stored electronically in our database or recorded manually. Any such information may be printed and stored in Amber's filing system. Access to personal information in the Amber database is accessible by written request to Amber's Privacy Officer to 37 Bessemer St, Blacktown, NSW 2148.
How does Amber use the data information?
Data may be used in order to (but not limited to):
- Provide the services and information requested.
- Promote, advertise, conduct and record promotional activities, events, competitions and other services that are considered important or beneficial associated with Amber (only if the user has opted in for further communications or entered online). Note some third party sites may have access to the data in order to execute the marketing activity effectively, for example mailing platforms.
- Research, develop and expand Amber services and products.
- Research and process recruitment and franchise applications.
- Maintain and develop internal systems and infrastructure including system upgrades.The most secure way to adhere pool mosaics
When does Amber disclose user's personal information?
Amber does not disclose data information unless prior consent has been provided. However, in some circumstances Amber may indirectly be required to disclose data to third party companies in order to performing business exercises efficiently including (but not limited to) emailing systems or otherwise required by law.
How can you find out what information Amber Australia holds about you and correct/alter or unsubscribe if need be?
If a user wishes to update their data or seek to know what data information Amber currently hold about them please contact the Privacy Officer in writing to 37 Bessemer St, Blacktown, NSW 2148. An unsubscribe feature is included in every electronic direct mail delivered to recipients from Amber (as required by law). Should a user wish to unsubscribe without using this feature please contact the Privacy Officer firstname.lastname@example.org