Perry finance's privacy and credit reporting policy

Version Date: 30/08/14

Perry Finance is a full financial services firm specialising in assisting property investors, developers, small business owners and home buyers achieve their investment goals.

Perry Finance acts as a conduit to a variety of bank and non-bank lenders to obtain the best possible terms and rates for clients. Perry Finance works directly with lenders to tailor the appropriate lending product to meet the client's needs.

We know you care how your Personal Information and Credit Information is collected, used and shared. It is important you make an informed choice regarding the information you voluntarily share with us or that may be collected from you when you engage our services or interact with us. We respect your privacy and are committed to keeping your Personal Information and Credit Information safe.

Our Privacy and Credit Reporting Policy (Privacy Policy) explains how we collect, use, share and protect your Personal Information and Credit Information. It applies when we collect data from clients and guests who voluntarily provide it, we request it or when you use our website and/or Perry Finance controlled applications accessed and/or used on a mobile, handheld or other wirelessly connected devices (a Website or Application).

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