Privacy Policy

In handling your personal information, My Local Broker ABN 27132934824 T/As My Local Broker, Australian Credit Licence 481374, 238 Coppin Street Richmond VIC 3121, 1300 234 863 and our Authorised Credit Representatives are committed to complying with the Privacy Act 1988 (Privacy Act) and the Australian Privacy Principles.


We collect personal information from you when you apply for or use our products and services. In particular, we collect it so we can provide you with the products and services you require.

Personal information may include any sensitive information (including health information) and may include any information you tell us about any vulnerability you may have.


In providing products and services to you it may be necessary for us to retain your personal information and provide it to other organisations with which we conduct business. We may exchange the information with the following types of entities, some of which may be located overseas:

  • organisations which provide credit or other products or services to you or to whom an application has been made for those products and services;
  • finance consultants, accountants and auditors, real estate agents associated with the property purchase, conveyancers, legal advisers, insurers and mailing services;
  • any associates, related entities, contractors and our mortgage aggregator (My Local Broker Pty Ltd);
  • any industry body, tribunal, court or otherwise in connection with any complaint regarding our services;
  • any person where we are required by law to do so;
  • your referees, such as your employer, to verify information you have provided;
  • any person considering acquiring an interest in our business or assets; or
  • any organisation providing online verification of your identity.


You may gain access to the personal information that we hold about you by contacting us. You can also contact us to obtain a copy of our privacy policy and the privacy policy of any credit reporting body that may access your personal information. A copy of our full privacy policy can be obtained from our website, by visiting or by contacting us on. Our privacy policy contains information about how you can access or seek correction of the information we hold about you, how we manage that information and our complaints process.


If you do not provide us with all of the information we request we may be unable to supply to you the product or service that you require.


You authorise us to act as an access seeker within the meaning of section 6L of the Privacy Act to seek and obtain credit information on your behalf for the purposes of establishing which product is most suitable for your requirements and circumstances. If we act as your agent to obtain a report or information about your consumer or commercial credit worthiness from a CRB, we may disclose personal information such as your name, date of birth, and address to the CRB to obtain an assessment of whether that personal information matches information held by it.

Credit information includes information such as your identity information, the type, terms, and maximum amount of credit provided to you, repayment history information, default information (including overdue payments), court information, new arrangement information, personal insolvency information, disciplinary proceedings, complaints, delinquency, fraud investigations and details of any serious credit infringements.


You consent to us doing so and we may periodically provide you with information about new products and services available from us or from other businesses with whom we have a relationship. Your consent to our providing this information to you will be implied unless you notify us that you do not wish to receive this information.


You consent to us providing you with documents by electronic communication, you confirm that paper documents may no longer be given and electronic communications must be regularly checked for documents. Consent to the giving of documents by electronic communication may be withdrawn at any time.


You consent to us obtaining personal information, financial information and credit information about you by video or audio conferencing for the purpose of arranging credit, providing credit assistance and give your permission for that video or audio conference to be recorded for this purpose.


Credit Guide


My Local Broker Pty Ltd | Australian Credit Licence Number 481374

238 Coppin Street Richmond VIC 3121 | 1300 234 863 |

This Credit Guide provides important information about us and the services we provide. This document outlines the type of advice we can give you, how we are remunerated, fees and charges that may be applicable and what you can do should you have a complaint. Please ask if you require more information or clarification on anything disclosed in this document.


We are committed to assisting you to find the right finance option based on the information provided by you. We have the essential qualifications, experience and competency required under the relevant legislation to give you the professional service needed in assessing your financial needs. You can be confident that we will deal with you in a fair and ethical manner and take the time to listen to your requirements and objectives. Once we have established your goals, we will investigate and assess a range of options from our extensive lender panel. Ultimately, our primary aim is to provide you with the finance that explicitly matches your requirements.


We are authorised to arrange loans and leases under the National Consumer Credit Protection Act 2009 (NCCP Act). The NCCP Act regulates the activity of lending, leasing, and finance broking.


Under the NCCP Act, we are obliged to ensure that any loan or principal increase to a loan we help you to obtain, or any lease we help you enter into is not unsuitable for you. To decide this, we are required to conduct a Preliminary Credit Assessment to determine if the loan or lease is not unsuitable. The law requires us to:

  • Make reasonable inquiries about your requirements and objectives
  • Make reasonable inquiries about your financial situation
  • Take reasonable steps to verify that financial situation

Credit will be deemed unsuitable if at the time of the assessment

  • You could not pay or could only pay with substantial hardship
  • The credit will not meet your requirements and objectives

When we make our assessment, it is important that we utilise information that is accurate, complete and up to date. If we are supplied with incomplete or incorrect information, you may be in breach of your legal obligations to the lender.

If we provide you with credit assistance, you can ask us for a copy of our assessment any time up to 7 years after we provide you with credit assistance.  To request a copy please contact us and we will provide you with a copy:

  • within 7 business days after the day we receive your request – provided you make the request within 2 years of the date of our credit assistance quote; or
  • otherwise, within 21 business days after the day we receive your request.


If a fee is payable by you, this will be disclosed in a Credit Quote.

The Credit Quote will outline any fees payable for providing credit assistance and the time that they are payable. If you do not receive a Credit Quote, this will indicate that no fees are payable.

Please ask your Finance Broker should you have any questions in relation to the Credit Quote.


If for any reason your loan does not proceed, you may still be required to pay the lenders application and other fees, valuation fees and government fees as charged by the lender. When a finance application is submitted, other fees and charges may be applicable that are payable to the lender of your choice, such as application fees, valuation fees or other fees. These fees will be disclosed in a Credit Proposal that will provided to you once we have collaboratively decided on a loan product.


We may pay fees to call centre companies, real estate agents, accountants, or lawyers and others for referring you to us.  These referral fees are generally small amounts in accordance with usual business practice.

From time to time, we may also remunerate other parties through payments, rewards or benefits.

If your broker is a Credit Representative of the Licensee they may also remunerate third parties in a similar manner.

These are not fees payable by you.  On request you can obtain a reasonable estimate of the amount of the fee and how it is worked out.


We may receive fees, commissions or other remuneration or rewards from the lenders or lessors who fund the finance we arrange for you. These are not fees payable by you.

Remuneration or rewards may include training, professional development, entertainment, gifts, conference attendance, sponsorship, or entry into a competition run by a lender or my aggregator. These type of rewards are not generally permanent and the remuneration received is not readily ascertainable.

If your broker is a Credit Representative of the Licensee they may receive a whole or part of the commissions received by the licensee that has been described.

You may obtain from us information about a reasonable estimate of those commissions and how the commission is worked out. Specific details of any commission to be received will be included in the Credit Proposal document that we will provide you with when credit assistance is provided.


We have access to a comprehensive range of lenders to assist you in your finance requirements. The following list represents the panel of lenders that the licensee and any authorised credit representative nominated in this document are able to access. 

  Citibank MyState
86 400 Commonwealth Bank NAB
AAA Financial Deposit Assure NLG Leasing
AAA Money Deposit Bonds Australia Oak Capital
Adelaide Bank Deposit Power Paramount Mortgages
ALI Group DPN Finance Pepper Money
Allianz Firefighters Mutual Bank P&N Bank (WA only)
Allstate Mortgages Firstmac Plenti
AMP Bank Goldfields Money Private Mortgages Australia
ANZ Granite Home Loans Prospa
Aussie Bonds Health Professionals Bank Qudos Bank
Auswide Bank Heartland Seniors Finance RedZed
Bank Australia Heritage Bank Resi
Bank of China IMB Bank (VIC only) Resimac
Bank of Melbourne ING Resicom
Bank of Queensland Keystart (WA only) Spotcap
Bank of Sydney La Trobe Financial St George
BankSA Liberty Financial Suncorp
Bankwest Macquarie Bank Teachers Mutual Bank
Better Choice Home Loans Macquarie Leasing Thinktank
Better Mortgage Management ME Bank UniBank
Beyond Bank Australia MKM Capital Victorian Mortgage Group
Bluebay Home Loans Mortgage Ezy Virgin Money
Bluestone Mortgages MOVE Bank Westpac


Westpac, ANZ Bank, ME Bank, Bankwest, Macquarie Bank, St George


We always strive to provide the best possible service and provide you with the finance that suits your needs. However, we appreciate that from time to time, applicants may not be satisfied with the process or the solution. If this occurs, and you have a complaint about the service we provide, we have a resolution process in place to address your concerns.

You can lodge your complaint through a number of channels. You may do this verbally or in writing. If you choose to lodge the complaint by email or mail, please make sure you include as much information as you can. You should explain the details of your complaint as clearly as you can.

Step 1

Please contact your Mortgage Broker in the first instance as many disputes can be resolved relatively quickly. Your Broker will have 5 business days in which to try and resolve the dispute.

Step 2

If you are not satisfied with the outcome or in which the way your complaint has been handled, then you can escalate the complaint to the Internal Complaints Officer who will endeavour to resolve your complaint:


Name Todd Disney
Phone Number 1300 234 863
Address 238 Coppin Street Richmond VIC 3121


In some instances your Broker may also be fulfilling the role of the Complaints Officer. This will not affect the capacity to have your complaint dealt with appropriately.

Once the dispute is escalated, we will provide you with a written response in a maximum time of 45 days, however, we hope to resolve all issues in a shorter time frame.


If you are still not satisfied with the outcome of your complaint, then you have the further option of referring the matter to an EDR scheme.

Two EDR schemes may be listed below. This indicates that the Licensee and the Credit Representative are both required to be members (independently) of an ASIC approved EDR scheme. Where a Credit Representative’s EDR is displayed, please contact that EDR scheme in the first instance for complaint escalation.

EDR Licensee – Australian Financial Complaints Authority (AFCA)

AFCA member number – 42907

Email –

Phone – 1800 931 678

Address – GPO Box 3, Melbourne VIC 3001, Australia


As part of our compliance with transparency in broking practices and promotion of appropriate customer outcomes, we keep a register of benefits received from any lenders or aggregators. The register lists any benefits or gifts to the value of $100 or more. You may request a copy of this register to provide you with confidence that we have no lender conflicts.


We have access to a number of lenders that provide tiered servicing processes, enabling our loans to be processed faster. We are provided these services based on a number of measures. These programs promote preferential service standards to our loan applications, but do not entitle us to additional payments or commissions or to preferential customer discounts.


We do not provide legal, financial or taxation advice unless specified in a separate contract. Accordingly, it is important you ensure you understand your legal obligations under the loan, and the financial consequences. We recommend that you consult your Accountant, Solicitor, Taxation Department, Investment Adviser or any other licensed person in respect to the financial implications of this application for finance before you enter the credit contract.

Under the Financial Services Reform Act 2001, My Local Broker Pty Ltd and/or their authorised representative cannot provide any advice or opinion on any deposit accounts and/or insurance products.

As a duty of care, we recommend that you seek professional advice in regards to insurance products such as mortgage protection insurance, income protection insurance and life insurance. It is the responsibility of the applicant/s to maintain mortgage repayments and we strongly recommend that you seek insurance advice with regards to risk management and financial planning. 

We will inform you of any potential conflict of interest or relationship that could reasonably be expected to influence our recommendation. 

We don’t make any promises about the value of any property you finance with us or its future prospects. You should always rely on your own enquiries.


If you have any questions about this Credit Guide or anything else about our services, just ask at any time. We’re here to help you.