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Application Fee Funding Facility2016-10-18T17:03:49+00:00

Apply for a FeePay Professional Fee Funding Facility

This form is for use by Accounting and Law firms wishing to apply for a FeePay Professional Fee Funding Facility.  There is no cost or obligation associated with submission of the form.  Upon receipt of the Firm Application we will endeavour to email you approval advice within 24 hours.

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Firm Application for Fee Funding Facility
NAME
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POSITION
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PHONE CONTACT
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How did you hear about FeePay ?
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Firm Details
FIRM NAME
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ABN
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NAME OF THE TRUSTEE (IF APPLICABLE)
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COMMENCED TRADINGof appointment
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NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES
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ANNUAL TURN OVER
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STREET ADDRESSmore details
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POSTAL ADDRESS
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If yes, who?
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Partners/Directors Details
NAMEyour full name
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NAME 2your full name
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NAME 3your full name
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NAME 4your full name
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For sole traders please enter the following details:

RESIDENTIAL ADDRESS
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Date of Birth
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Privacy Release

PRIVACY CONSENT FORM


1. Purpose of this document
FeePay Funding Pty Ltd, ACN 129 146 470 and FeeLink (Australia) Pty Ltd ACN 143 256 151 (‘we’, ‘us’, ‘our’) collect information about you for the purposes of arranging or providing credit. You consent to us and some other entities collecting, using, holding and disclosing personal and credit information about you. This document also tells you about our privacy practices. When you state that you agree by selecting the checkbox below, you agree we can, consistent with Australia’s privacy and credit reporting laws, collect, use and exchange credit and personal information about you.


2. Why we collect credit and personal information and what we use it for
We are collecting credit and personal information (information) about you, for the following purposes:

  • Identifying you in accordance with the Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing Act;
  • Providing or arranging credit for you (including assessing an application for credit under the National Consumer Credit Protection Act (if applicable);
  • Managing that credit or credit relationship provided to you;
  • Internal processes including risk management and pricing;
  • To meet our obligations in relation to external payment and credit reporting systems;
  • For our own funding arrangements;
  • Direct marketing of products and services by us (unless you tell us not to);
  • Managing our relationship with you;
  • To provide to any person considering acquiring an interest in our business or assets.

You may gain access to the personal information that we hold about you by contacting us. A copy of our privacy policy can also be obtained. Our privacy policy contains information about how you may access or seek correction of your personal information and credit information, how we manage that information and our complaints process. It also contains information on ‘notifiable matters’ including things such as the information we use to assess your creditworthiness, what happens if you fail to meet your credit obligations or commit a serious credit infringement, your right to request that credit reporting bodies (CRBs) not use your credit information for the purposes of pre-screening credit offers, and your right to request a CRB not to use or disclose credit information about you if you believe you are a victim of fraud.


3. Exchanging information with CRBs and others
Consumer and commercial credit information. We may exchange your consumer and commercial credit information with entities listed as CRBs to assess an application for consumer or commercial credit and manage that credit (including to collect overdue payments). In particular, we can obtain credit information about you from a CRB providing both consumer and commercial credit information.
Exchange information with credit providers. We may exchange your personal and credit information with other credit providers for the purposes of assessing your creditworthiness, credit standing, and credit history or credit capacity.

Exchange information with guarantors. We may exchange your personal and credit information with any person who proposes to guarantee or has guaranteed repayment of any credit provided to you.

Exchange information. We may exchange personal and credit information with the following types of entities, some of which may be located overseas. Please see our privacy policy for more information.

  • Financial consultants, accountants, lawyers and advisers;
  • Any industry body, tribunal, court or otherwise in connection with any complaint regarding the approval or management of your loan – for example if a complaint is lodged about us or the broker;
  • Our agents (including undisclosed agents);
  • Our principals (including undisclosed principals);
  • Businesses assisting us with funding for loans;
  • Any person where we are required by law to do so;
  • Any of our associates, related entities or contractors, or trade insurers;
  • Your referees, including your employer, real estate agent or landlord, to verify information you have provided or to assist us in contacting you;
  • Any person considering acquiring an interest in our business or assets;
  • Any organisation providing online verification of your identity.

Customer Identification. We may disclose personal information about you to an organisation providing verification of your identity, including online verification of your identity.

I HAVE READ THE PRIVACY CONSENT FORM ABOVE AND AGREE
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