YABS Privacy Policy


Yabs Pty Ltd is committed to protecting the privacy of all advertisers, subscribers and non subscribers who use the website. Our privacy policy complies with the National Privacy Principles contained within the Privacy Amendment (Private Sector) Act 2000.

Yabs Pty Ltd only collects information by lawful and fair means. We only collect information that is necessary to create a user account and ensure that quality service is provided to you. We will also keep you up to date with new business options. You will have an option to unsubscribe from the service or delete your account / username from the website.

Yabs Pty Ltd does not provide any information to any third party, however we may share this information for the purpose of research and development and to enhance our standards. We collect information only to process memberships, create usernames and to send current listings to users. Yabs Pty Ltd confirms that all passwords are well protected and secured. We also confirm that all data is well maintained.

If you require to access your personal information, you will need to identify yourself first by login, then you will be able to change, modify or delete your user account and personal information. We will ensure that all updates are done effectively in a timely manner.

Our website may contain links and pointers to external websites. These third party links and pointers are included for your convenience. You agree that you access third party links and websites entirely at your own risk and Yabs Pty Ltd cannot be held responsible in any way if your privacy is breached by this means. Yabs Pty Ltd will not be responsible or liable, directly or indirectly, for any damage or loss caused or alleged to be caused by use or reliance on any goods and services available on or through any of these external websites.

If you feel that your personal information has not been handled with care, we would like to fix the problem. If you have any complaints please email us on complaints@yabs.com.au. We will try to resolve the matter as quickly as possible, failing which you can refer the matter to the office of the Federal Privacy Commissioner.