Whistleblower

Current or former employees, officers, contractors and the spouses, children or dependents of any of them are actively encouraged to bring any problems to the attention of management, the Chairman or human resources personnel. This includes activities or behaviour that may not be in accord with any eftpos codes of conduct or other regulatory requirements. eftpos has established a confidential system for the reporting of unacceptable or undesirable conduct or conduct which endangers the public or financial system or which is an offence under Commonwealth law. eftpos will protect a person who comes forward to disclose such conduct against reprisal or repercussion connected with their disclosure. eftpos takes whistleblowing disclosures and the privacy of personal information about identifiable individuals seriously. Personal information provided in a whistleblowing disclosure will only be used to investigate and respond to the disclosure and will only be disclosed as permitted by whistleblowing laws or with the consent of the whistleblower. See Privacy Policy for information about your rights to seek access to your personal information and our privacy complaints procedure.

View the Whistleblower Policy 4 October 2018 

Alternatively, you can post a disclosure to:
The Protected Disclosure Officer eftpos Australia
Level 11, 45 Clarence Street
Sydney NSW 2000.

Make a disclosure

Your Name (required)

Your Email (required)

Phone

Name of the person involved

What specifically happened? What's wrong with it?

Where did the conduct happen?

When did the improper conduct occur, how often and is it still occurring?

What are the suspect's motives (eg how do they benefit?)

How did the wrongdoing occur? Were controls/ policies circumvented?