ME Bank Privacy Policy.

ME Bank Privacy Policy.

Every Australian deserves to get the most out of their money – and we’re here to help you do it.
To provide you with our products and services, we need to collect and store personal information.

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About your privacy and ME.

About your privacy and ME.

Keeping your info safe.

By banking with ME, you put your trust in us – and that’s not something we take lightly. To help you understand how and why customer information is stored, and how we keep your information safe, we’ve laid it out in our Privacy and Credit Reporting Policy (and you don’t need a law degree to understand what it says.)

Comprehensive Credit Reporting.

Comprehensive Credit Reporting.

Australia updated its credit reporting laws a couple of years ago, letting financial institutions share more details about customers’ credit information with credit reporting bodies.

ME supports these changes. We believe reporting on a more complete credit picture could positively change the way Australians interact with credit providers in the future – including having access to greater choice and potentially better deals.

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Consumer Data Right (CDR) Policy.

Consumer Data Right (CDR) Policy.
This policy explains how ME manages data in its capacity as a ‘Data Holder’ under the Consumer Data Right (CDR). The CDR regime (commonly referred to as “Open Banking”) was introduced by the Federal Government to provide customers with greater access and control over specific data that relates to them.

Under the Consumer Data Right (CDR), you can choose to share the CDR data we hold about you with an accredited provider.

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Got questions?

Got questions?

If you have any burning questions about how ME uses, stores or shares your personal or credit information, check out our Privacy and Credit Reporting Policy.