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Cybersecurity Policy” EMAIL WARNING:
Our practice A1 Conveyancing will NEVER use email or other correspondence to send, receive or request Private, Secure Information about Conveyancing Matters this Includes Bank Account Details, Contact Numbers, or any Personal Details Pertaining to your Purchase or Sale.
To avoid being Caught in Phishing or other Scams if you receive an email or other correspondence from our firm asking for any of this Information Please “DO NOT RESPOND and Contact our Office Immediately by Phone.”
A1 Conveyancing will NOT Change the Firms BSB & Account Numbers, if changes did occur our Office would Inform you by post (on our letterhead) and “Verbally” by Phone from the Principal and never by email or other correspondence.
Any Payments requested from A1 Conveyancing, Clients are required first to Phone and confirm with the Principal Damien McDonnell Before payment to “Verify” the Transaction is Legitimate and Authorised from Our Office. You may optionally prefer to confirm details via Secure Portal ‘Setts Hub’ when made available &/Or make a small deposit and check if received within 3 business days.
Setts+ Hub process;
To ensure that your funds are disbursed in accordance with your instructions we require your Bank Account to undergo a verification service to ensure that we have your correct Bank Account.
PLEASE NOTE: A1 Conveyancing Will NOT Accept Liability for any Breach of your Personal Security, Bank Account or Funds Transfer if you Provide these Details via Email or Other Correspondence.
In a move to a fairer ‘user pays’ pricing model- A competitive base Settlement Fee has been set for Property sale and purchase market value price brackets with surcharges applicable as used, rather than apply an excessive hourly rate for the normal additional work.
Settlement Fee means the reward claimed as professional Settlement fee for Settlement service component provided. It excludes Government, other fees, Surcharges, disbursements or third party fees and charges.
Strata Surcharge is where property is a Strata (AKA Purple) titled property.
Meeting Surcharge fee if requested for a face to face meeting to explain or go through settlement procedures &/ paperwork.
Verification of Identity fee applies if an inhouse or the additional ‘come to you’ service is requested. There is no need to request this if your VOI and CAF have already done by an Outside but authorised ID agent -best practice is to ensure that your Client Authorisation Form (CAF) witnessed by same identifier.
High Touch/Communications – refers to communication blocks numbering upto ten (10) communications in each block. ie both in and out is one (1) communication, however followups and reissues also count as additional communications – best to act sooner on the required paperwork to avoid excess communications.
File handling -refers for opening and/closing a file whether settled or not, as this still does accrue time, effort and or expense.
GST handling -refers to extra effort and work involved in dealing with GST on residential property if required on each basis.
Difficulty Handling Levy refers to each change from the initial quote as an amount of extra work which was not included in the original scope of work/client disclosure -being requested by client.
Satisfaction is deemed as met, on completion of service.
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Last updated: 13 April 2015