Privacy & Security
The Perth Mint does not disclose personal information about any of its customers to any unrelated third party businesses. We do not sell, rent, lease, loan, trade or otherwise divulge the addresses on our lists to unrelated third parties or any unauthorised personnel.
Information may be disclosed to authorised government and legal authorities, and authorised contractors conducting business on behalf of the Mint and its customers.
The Mint takes privacy very seriously, and only uses ecommerce and internet products endorsed or recommended by the major banking and technology sector organisations. Furthermore, it follows industry recommended best practice procedures and continually upgrades and improves the methods used on this website.
Personal information, such as your name and e-mail address, is collected only to record and process your order, and, if you chose to join as a Perth Mint Priority Member, to keep you informed of new product releases and events at the Mint.
Information about IP addresses, web browsers, and computer operating systems are automatically transmitted to web servers as an integral part of the operation of the internet. This information is used for demographic purposes as a technical resource to better serve web site users. Data is analysed for trends and statistics, and then discarded. Our Web site logs are not personally identifiable and we make no attempt to link them with the individuals that actually browsed the site. For security purposes, network management and to improve our service we use software and third party services to monitor network traffic, detect unauthorised and malicious access of the site, and determine the effectiveness of our site structure.
If you place orders on this site, information including your credit card number and contact information is of necessity collected. This information is used solely to record and fulfill your order. Credit card details are not stored on this website. Transactions are processed through the national merchant gateway authorised by the four major Australian banks.
Our online store uses ‘cookies’ to store information on the items you place in your shopping cart, and facilitate the online shopping process. Cookies are also used to provide a more efficient and dynamic service to regular customers.
Visitors can request to join a mailing list by completing a form on this site. We maintain this list of Perth Mint Priority Members to inform them of new information on this Web site. We do not sell, rent, lease, loan, trade or otherwise divulge the addresses on our lists to third parties or any unauthorised personnel.
Spam Act 2003
The Perth Mint complies with the Spam Act 2003 and best practice guidelines in relation to the contents of its commercial electronic messages. The Mint only sends e-mail advertising with each addressee’s consent, includes its address and contact details in every e-mail promotion, and ensures the inclusion of a functional unsubscribe facility.