Privacy policy

DTAC Pty Ltd service providers are aware of their corporate responsibilities as good Internet citizens and are dedicated to protecting the privacy and rights of other Internet citizens. We are strongly opposed to the sending of unsolicited email (SPAM) and have made every effort within our power to discourage and prohibit the sending of SPAM.

DTAC are highly sensitive to the privacy of each of our customers and suppliers and will make every effort in our power not to make their name address, or any other information that they have provided us available to anyone without the customer's or supplier's express permission.

Our definition of spam

Spam is any unsolicited email. This includes and promotion, information or solicitation that is sent to an individual without prior communication between companies requesting information.

What is not spam

An email message is not considered to be SPAM if the recipient in anyway requested email be sent to them. Sometimes bulk emails may be sent to clients to update them on various topical issues. These bulk mailings will always have an easy option to allow the recipient to be removed from the mailing list.

Our aim at DTAC is always to ensure that you are informed but not inundated.