Privacy Policy

Protecting your privacy

Last updated: 7 December, 2022

Pty Limited (ABN 89 622 662 113) is committed to providing you with the highest levels of customer service. This includes protecting your privacy. We comply with the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) and the Notifiable Data Breach scheme established under the Act.

Set out below is information that we are required to communicate to our customers. We have also supplied additional information about our company. By accessing our website or using our services, you consent to the terms of this Policy and agree to be bound by it. Your privacy matters to us, so whether you are new to Domain Loan Finder or a long-time user, please take the time to get to know our practices.

About us

is an Authorised Credit Representative (Credit Representative Number 520290 ) of the licensed credit assistance provider, Outsource Financial Pty Ltd (Outsource Financial), which holds Australian Credit Licence 395037.

In this document, ‘’, ‘we’, ‘us’ and ‘our’ are references to .

How to contact us

You can contact us during Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST) business hours on the details below:
Tel: 0466537551

Your personal information

Your personal information and its protection are of utmost importance to us. When we refer to personal information, we mean information or an opinion from which your identity is apparent or can reasonably be ascertained. Personal information requested from you or held by us may include your name, age or date of birth, current and previous addresses, telephone or mobile phone number, email address, bank details, professional job title or occupation, driver’s licence number, passport details, and financial details. We may hold details of your products and services you have acquired from us or have enquired about (including their status) together with any additional information necessary to deliver those products and services and to respond to your enquiries.

The personal information we hold about you may also include credit information. Credit information is a sub-set of personal information and is information which is used to assess your eligibility to be provided with finance. It may include any finance that you have outstanding, your repayment history in respect of those loans, and any defaults. Usually, credit information is exchanged between credit and finance providers and credit reporting bodies (CRBs). Personal information derived by a CRB from credit information held by the CRB that has any bearing on an individual’s credit worthiness and is or has been or could be used to establish the individual’s eligibility for credit is known as “CRB Derived Information”.

You may also need to provide personal information about other individuals to us, for example, personal information about joint applicants, co-applicants, or guarantors, your authorised representatives, or your accountant or solicitor’s contact details. If so, we rely on you to inform those individuals that you are providing their personal information to us, to ensure they agree to their information being provided to us, and to advise them of this privacy policy and that we can be contacted for further information (see the ‘How to contact us’ section).

If you choose not to provide certain personal information (i) we may not be able to provide you with the services you require or the level of service on which we aim to offer, (ii) we may be unable to tailor our offering to your preferences and (iii) your experience of our offering may not be as enjoyable or as useful.

Sensitive information

Sensitive information is any information about your racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, membership of a political association, religious beliefs or affiliations, philosophical beliefs, membership of a professional or trade association, membership of a trade union, sexual preferences or practices, criminal record or health information. We may seek, collect, use, or disclose sensitive information about you but only if that sensitive information relates to or is required for one of the purposes noted under the ‘How we use your personal information’ section of this Policy. This will generally be for the purposes of verifying your identity or income.

You expressly provide your consent to us receiving this information and holding or using it for the purposes outlined in this policy.

About credit information and ‘notifiable matters’

The law requires us to advise you of ‘notifiable matters’ in relation to how we may use your credit information. You may request to have these notifiable matters (and our privacy policy) provided to you in an alternative form, such as a hard copy. Just ask us.

If you use our platform to obtain services and agree to our e-consent, e-consent, you authorise us to obtain a copy of your credit report from a CRB in accordance with the rules set out in the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) regarding access seekers. You consent to us providing contained in that report (including any credit-related information, arrears information, credit worthiness information and personal information) to any credit provider who may be able to provide credit to you including Adelaide Bank, ANZ Bank, Bankwest and Pepper Money.

We exchange your credit information with CRBs. We use the credit information that we exchange with the CRBs to assess your creditworthiness, assess your application for finance and manage your finance. If you fail to meet your payment obligations in relation to any finance that we have provided or arranged, or you have committed a serious credit infringement, we may disclose this information to a CRB.

We may disclose your Credit Reporting Information to joint applicants or co-borrowers with your consent. Under the Privacy Act, “Credit Reporting Information” means credit information or CRB Derived Information.

You have the right to request access to the credit information that we hold about you and make a request for us to correct that credit information if needed. We explain how you can do this below.

Sometimes, your credit information will be used by CRBs for ‘pre-screening’ credit offers on the request of other credit providers. You can contact the CRB at any time to request that your credit information is not used in this way.

You may contact the CRB to advise them that you believe that you may have been a victim of fraud. For 21 days after the CRB receives your notification, the CRB must not use or disclose that credit information. You can contact any of the following CRBs for more information: Dun & Bradstreet (Australia) Pty Ltd (, Experian ( and Equifax Pty Limited (

How we collect personal and credit-related personal information

We may collect personal information in a number of ways, including:

If we have obtained your information through any of these methods and you would like a list of these entities or websites, please contact us at .

If you feel you have not given us consent to use your details or would like to be removed from our call or email lists, please contact us at .

How we use your personal information

The primary purpose for which we collect information about you is to enable us to perform our business activities and functions (primary credit activities) and to provide the best possible quality of customer experience. We carry out our primary credit activities in a number of ways, including via our website (such as by providing online tools to assist you) and through an online platform.

Your personal information may be used by us to: verify your identity; assist you to gain approval or provision of a product or service (such as by providing you with a “approval confidence rating”); provide the services you require; administer and manage those services such as payments; inform you of ways the services provided to you could be improved or additional services that you may benefit from; Marketing Services (explained below); conduct appropriate checks for credit-worthiness and for fraud; research and develop our services provided, either directly or referred; gain an understanding of your information and credit or financial needs in order for us to provide you with a better service.

Your personal information is also collected so that we, and our related entities can personalise and customise your experience on their digital platforms; research and develop services provided, either directly or referred; gain an understanding of your information and needs so as to provide you with a better service; inform you of ways the services provided to you could be improved or additional services that you may benefit from and promote and market services to you (including by way of direct mail, telemarketing, email, SMS and MMS messages) (Marketing Services) in accordance with any applicable marketing laws (secondary purposes). This is to keep you informed of products, services and special offers and we, and our related entities, may continue after you cease holding an active product or service through us. If you do not wish for this to take place or continue, please contact us via .

When we disclose your personal information

Your information may be disclosed to persons or companies for the purposes noted above.

In order to deliver the services you require, we may disclose your personal information to people or organisations outside of .

This may include:

We may use external organisations for customer enquiries; mailing operations; billing and debt-recovery functions; information technology services; marketing and telemarketing market research; and website usage analysis. This means we may disclose your personal information to them.

You expressly consent to us providing your information to these persons or organisations for our primary or secondary purposes.

Your personal information is disclosed to these organisations only in relation to us providing our services to you. We take reasonable steps to ensure that these organisations are bound by confidentiality and privacy obligations in relation to the protection of your personal information.

Where your personal information is provided to a lender for the purpose of a loan application, you should know that the lender may list a credit enquiry on your credit file, and will be required to report certain details about your credit information to CRBs under the Comprehensive Credit Reporting (CCR) regime.

Transfer of information overseas

In order to supply you with the best service possible, we may transfer personal information collected about you to someone in a foreign country, but only if permitted to do so under the Australian Privacy Principles.

Some of the above external organisations and entities may be located outside of Australia. You should note that while they will often be subject to confidentiality or privacy obligations, they may not always follow the particular requirements of Australian privacy laws. Overseas organisations may be required to disclose information we share with them under a foreign law. In those instances, we will not be responsible for that disclosure.

To the extent that we share information, it may be disclosed to external service providers located overseas for some of the purposes listed in this policy, , including (i) data hosting and cloud-based IT service providers located in the Ukraine, Philippines and the U.S. and (ii) other third parties operating in jurisdictions including India, United Kingdom and the United States.

has service providers and employees based in the Ukraine and Philippines, whose role is to assist in processing and reviewing credit applications or to provide technical support. does not utilise offshore personnel for the purposes of marketing or sales.

We will not share any of your credit information with a credit reporting body unless it has a business operation in Australia.

Unsolicited information

Sometimes people share information (including sensitive information) with us we have not sought out. This could be through using our website or, for example, requesting us to assess or assist in a hardship application.

If we receive unsolicited personal information (including sensitive information) about you, we will determine whether we would have been permitted to collect that information. If yes, then we will handle this information the same way we do with other information that we seek from you. If we determine that we would not have been permitted to collect that information, and the information is not contained in a Commonwealth record, then we will destroy or de-identify it as soon as practicable, but only if it is lawful and reasonable to do so. Often, it is not possible for us to neatly unbundle this information then destroy or de-identify only certain sections or parts of it, and we may need to store this information for future use, such as to help resolve disputes between us or assess future applications by you.

We have many security safeguards in place to protect the information from interference, misuse, loss, unauthorised access, modification or disclosure.

Sharing with CRBs

We will disclose information about you to a CRB when you are applying for credit, you have obtained credit from us, or if you guarantee or are considering guaranteeing the obligations of another person to us. When we give your information to a CRB, it may be included in reports that the CRB gives other organisations (such as other lenders) to help them assess your credit worthiness. Some of that information may reflect adversely on your credit worthiness. For example, if you fail to make payments or if you commit a serious credit infringement (like obtaining credit by fraud). That sort of information may affect your ability to get credit from other lenders.

Direct Marketing

We take pride in the products and services that we offer. And we love keeping you informed as to the best offers in the credit and financial marketplace. However, first and foremost we respect your privacy and understand that not everyone wants to be contacted regarding sales and marketing.

We may conduct marketing activities via email, telephone, SMS, IM, mail, or any other electronic means. We may also market our products to you through third party channels (such as social networking sites). We will always let you know that you can opt out from receiving our third-party marketing. Where we market to prospective customers, we will always provide an easy way to opt-out.

With your consent, we may disclose your personal information to third parties such as brokers or agents, or for the purpose of connecting you with other businesses or customers. You can ask us not to do this at any time. We will not use or disclose sensitive information about you for direct marketing purposes unless you have consented to that kind of use or disclosure.


If you do not wish to be contacted by about our products and services, we invite you to contact us via and request that we remove you from our call and email lists. We will process your request as soon as we can.

Cookies and web beacons


A ‘cookie’ is a small text file placed on your computer by a webpage server that may later be retrieved by webpage servers. We use cookies on our website to provide you with a better website experience. When you visit the website or related landing pages to read, browse, submit or download information, our system will record/log your IP address, date and time of your visit to our site, the pages viewed and any information downloaded. We may automatically collect non-personal information about you such as the site from which you linked to our websites. We do not personally identify you by this information. You can configure your browser to refuse cookies or delete existing cookies from your hard drive. Rejecting cookies may have the effect of limiting access to or functionality of parts of our website.

We generally use this information to report statistics, analyse trends, administer our services, diagnose problems and target and improve the quality of our products and services.

Web beacons

A web beacon is typically a transparent graphic image invisible to the user that is placed on a website. The use of a web beacon allows the website to record the simple actions of the user (such as opening the page that contains the beacon) through a tracking pixel. We may use web beacons (and cookies) for purposes such as site usage analytics, advertising auditing and reporting, as well as content and “advertising/marketing personalisation”. We may share any data collected from web beacon (and cookies) with third parties to provide you with relevant advertising when browsing third-party networks and websites (Third-Party Websites) such as Google and Facebook.

Information from third parties

Our website may contain links to Third-Party Websites (e.g. Third-Party providers of goods and services). We make no representations or warranties in relation to the privacy practices of any Third-Party Website and we are not responsible for the privacy policies or the content of any Third-Party website. Third-Party Websites are responsible for informing you about their own privacy practices. If you accessed Third-Party Websites through our website and if those third parties collect information about you, we may also collect or have access to that information as part of our arrangements with those third parties.

Where you access a Third-Party Website from our website, cookie and web beacon information, information about your preferences or other information you have provided about yourself may be shared between us and the third party.

Advertising and tracking

We may advertise on Third-Party Websites. When you view our advertisements on Third-Party Websites, the advertising company may use cookies, and in some cases, web beacons, to collect information such as the server your computer is logged onto, your browser type, the date and time of your visit and the performance of their marketing efforts. When you access our website after viewing one of our advertisements on a Third-Party Website, the advertising company may collect information on how you utilise our website (e.g. which pages you view) and whether you commenced or completed an online application.

Using our website to compare and choose loans

When you use our website, any of our online tools, or any of our online platforms to compare or choose loans, we may share your personal information with our lenders, referral partners, business partners and joint venture partners to assist you in the loan financing process. This is to enable us to provide services such as the “approval confidence rating”so you can enjoy a level of onfidence about whether a proposed loan application is likely to be successful.

The information we may share include any of your personal information (such as your age), but in particular, the information may include matters relating to your income, expenditure, assets, liabilities, and your Credit Reporting Information and any similar information to enable the making of an assessment to provide the rating. Our lender partners with whom we may share your personal information in order to provide you with a rating include Bankwest, Pepper, ANZ Bank, Adelaide Bank. Our lender partners have safeguards in place to protect the information and they are not permitted to use the information for purposes other than to provide a rating.

Online applications

When you send a completed online application to us, we retain the information contained in that application. We are able to then use that information to provide any services that you require. You may also be able to suspend and save online applications, so you can complete and send the applications at a later time. If you suspend or save your application, the information that you have entered will be retained in our systems so that you may recover the information when you resume your application. Online applications that have been suspended or saved may be viewed by us.


By providing your email address and then clicking submit on any online form, application, calculator, tool or query, you consent to receiving notices and other documents from us by email to the email address provided, and you understand that if you give this consent: we may no longer send you paper copies of notices and other documents; you should regularly check your email account for documents; and you may withdraw your consent to receiving documents by email at any time. You also confirm that you have the facilities to print any notice or document that we send you by email, if required.

Accurate information

We take all reasonable precautions to ensure that the personal information we collect, use and disclose is accurate, complete and up-to-date. However, the accuracy of that information depends to a large extent on the information you or others provided to us. If you wish to make any changes to your personal information, please contact us at .

We will generally rely on you to assist us in informing us if the information we hold about you is inaccurate or incomplete. You may request access to the personal information we hold about you by contacting us. We will respond to your request within a reasonable period. We will give access in the manner you have requested if it is reasonable to do so. We may charge you a fee to access the information. The fee will not be excessive and will not apply to the making of the request. We may deny you access to your personal information in certain circumstances, for example, if required or authorised by or under an Australian law or a court/tribunal order, or it would be likely to prejudice enforcement related activities by an enforcement body, if granting access would interfere with the privacy of others, or if it would result in a breach of confidentiality. If we decide not to give you access, we will provide reasons for the refusal and information on how you can complain about the refusal.

Storage and security

We store information in different ways, including in paper and electronic form.

The security of your personal information is important to us and we take reasonable steps to protect it from misuse, interference and loss, and from unauthorised access, modification or disclosure. Some of the ways we do this are: confidentiality requirements of our employees; document storage security policies; security measures for access to our systems (e.g. firewalls, password access, secure servers and encryption); only giving access to personal information to a person who is verified to be able to receive that information; control of access to our buildings; and electronic security systems, such as firewalls and data encryption on our websites.

We take protecting the security of your personal information seriously. We have a response plan that is designed to enable us to contain, assess and respond to suspected data breaches in a timely fashion, and to help mitigate potential harm to affected individuals.

We may store your information in cloud or other types of networked or electronic storage. As electronic or networked storage can be accessed from anywhere via an internet connection, it is not always practicable to know in which country your information may be held. If your information is stored in this way, disclosures may occur in countries other than those listed here or those we referred to from time to time. In addition to the above, we also regularly review developments in security and encryption technologies. However, it is important to remember that the use of email and the internet may not always be secure, even with these safeguards in place.

When we no longer require your information, and we are legally permitted to, we take reasonable steps to destroy or de-identify the information. However, sometimes it is impossible or impractical to completely isolate the information then completely remove all traces of the information, and we may store the information for future use, such as to help resolve disputes between us or assess future applications by you. The same security safeguards will be in place to protect the information, as detailed in our Privacy Policy.

Doing business without identifying you

In most circumstances, it will be necessary for us to identify you in order to successfully do business with you. However, where it is lawful and practicable to do so, we will provide you with the option to remain anonymous or to use a pseudonym, for example, when you make general inquiries about our business or current promotional offers. We do not adopt a government related identifier (such as your tax file number or your driver’s licence number) as a means of identifying you.

Complaints and further information

If you have a complaint about how we handle your personal information, we want to hear from you.

Internal Dispute Resolution (IDR)

You are always welcome to contact us to let us know about your complaint or feedback at:
Privacy Officer,

We have a formal procedure for investigating and dealing with privacy breaches or complaints. Once the Privacy Officer receives a complaint, whether it is in writing or verbal means, the Privacy Officer will commence an investigation with the relevant business unit from which the alleged breach stemmed. The investigator will endeavour to determine the nature of the breach and how it occurred. We may contact you during the process to seek any further clarification if necessary. If a breach is found, the Privacy Officer will escalate the matter to management so that the process can be rectified to prevent any further breaches from taking place. We will also contact you to inform you of the outcome of the investigation. We will endeavour to resolve all investigations within a reasonable time.

By giving us as much information as possible, you will help us resolve things faster. If you have any supporting documentation, please have it handy when you raise your concern(s). We will try to acknowledge your complaint within 5 business days and try to respond to your complaint within 45 days. Where we are unable to do so, we will send you an email or letter advising of the reasons for any delay, and your right to complain to our External Dispute Resolution (EDR) scheme.

External Dispute Resolution

If you are dissatisfied with our Internal Dispute Resolution process, you can make a formal complaint to our EDR provider, the Australian Financial Complaints Authority (AFCA), which can be contacted on:
Tel: 1800 931 678
Post: Australian Financial Complaints Authority, GPO BOX 3, MELBOURNE VIC 3001

Time limits may apply to complain to AFCA and so you should act promptly or otherwise consult the AFCA website to find out if or when the time limit relevant to your circumstances expires.

Alternatively, you can make a complaint to the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) which can be contacted at either or by calling 1300 363 992.

Changes to our privacy policy

We are constantly reviewing our policy and attempt to keep it up to date with market expectations, technology, the law and market practices. As a consequence, we may change this Privacy Policy from time to time or as the need arises. All personal information held by us will be governed by the most recently updated policy, available on our website or by request.