Shingleback Wine Pty Ltd is committed to protecting the privacy of individuals, in accordance with the National Privacy Principles set out in the Privacy
Amendment (Private Sector) Act 2000. The company will take reasonable steps to ensure all personal information required for the purposes of conducting Shingleback business is collected, used and stored appropriately.
Personal Information is described as information about an individual whose identity is apparent or can reasonably be ascertained from the information.
Collection of information
Shingleback Wine Pty Ltd will only collect information necessary for the company to carry out its functions and activities. The company shall make clear why collection of the information is necessary, how it will be used, if it will be disclosed to any third party, and the rights of the individual to access their information and correct it if necessary.
Primarily, Shingleback collects personal information to supply customers with products ordered. Types of personal information that Shingleback will collect include the customers name, address, phone numbers, and credit card details for the processing of mail order purchases. This information may be disclosed to a third party, being a courier or mail delivery service, for the purpose of completion of the purchase. This information is then stored securely to ensure ease and consistency with future purchases, and provide the customer with a purchase history if requested.
Shingleback may also collect personal information for secondary purposes, for example to provide individuals with news and information regarding Shingleback products and promotions, and to respond to queries lodged on the Shingleback website guest page. Shingleback will only provide this information if it is specifically requested via a web page query or by ticking the box on the Shingleback order form.
The use and disclosure of information
Information collected shall only be used for the express purpose it was collected for, unless the individual indicates their information may be used for another (specified) reason. Shingleback will not disclose the information to any third parties unless necessary for the completion of an individuals order (e.g. delivery service), and unless the individual has been made aware.
Data Quality and Security
Shingleback will make reasonable attempts to ensure personal information supplied is correct and up to date; and will protect personal information from misuse or loss by keeping all details secure and inaccessible to the general public and employees who do not need access to the information.
Access and Correction
Shingleback will provide access to the personal information stored on an individual if reasonably requested, for the purpose of verification and/or correction, and without compromising the security of other individuals’ personal information. Should an individual request their personal information be destroyed and cease to be collected, Shingleback will comply with this request.
Shingleback has no business reason to collect sensitive information on an individual, for example health information, racial origins, or political, religious and sexual practices and beliefs, and so on. Such information will not be collected or stored by Shingleback.
Shingleback will not make it necessary for visitors to its web site to provide personal information unless such personal information is required to answer a query or provide a product. Customers contacting us via our cellar door order form, or candidates contacting us in regards to positions vacant will be required to supply some contact information to allow us to respond to that communication.
Transferring Personal Information Overseas
Shingleback will take reasonable steps to limit the personal information it sends overseas. Name, address and phone contact details will only be provided where necessary for international delivery.
This policy is a public document, and will be provided to employees, customers, clients and members of the public if so requested.
Dissemination of Policy
A copy of this Policy will be available to all employees.
How we collect and hold it
The purposes for which we collect, hold and use it
How we secure it
How, and to whom, we share your personal information, including overseas, and why
Your right to access and correct it
How you may contact us if you wish to make a complaint or enquire about privacy matters.
There are some matters to which this policy does not apply. Please refer to Section 15 below.
What is personal information?
As defined by the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth), “personal information” means information or an opinion about an identified individual, or an individual who is reasonably identifiable:
(a) whether the information or opinion is true or not; and
(b) whether the information or opinion is recorded in a material form or not.
Any time we use the term “personal information” in this policy, we are referring to this definition of the term.
What kind of personal information does EGL collect and hold and how does EGL collect it?
We always want to provide you with the highest level of service, so we collect and hold personal information necessary for our business activities and to enable us to provide the information, goods or services you might be looking for. If we do not collect the information, we may not be able to provide these things.
We collect your personal information directly from you when you activate or use our services, interact with us, either in person, over the telephone or electronically (e.g. via websites, apps, social media posts, chats, telephone, emails and/or SMS) or as otherwise required by law. For example:
Your contact details including your name, email addresses, telephone numbers, residential and delivery addresses;
Your loyalty card number; or
An electronic copy of the written communication or voice recording of the conversation (we always let you know when your conversations with us will be recorded).
Below are some examples of personal information we may collect from you and how we collect that information:
When you register to participate in one of our loyalty programs or when you use your loyalty card:
your contact details;
date of birth and gender;
payment card and transaction details;
information about purchases for which you earn loyalty points as well as your use of those loyalty points.
When you shop with us, including online, or browse our sites or apps:
your contact details and loyalty card number
information about your orders and purchases, including what, how, and when you buy from us, how you paid for purchases (including payment card details and transaction details);
we may ask for your ID, such as your driver’s licence, if you purchase alcohol or tobacco or other forms of identification so that you can use certain services we provide;
whether you have taken up or subscribed to any of our offerings such as clubs or loyalty programs, financial services products including insurance and credit cards or our apps;
information about your online browsing behaviour on our internet sites and apps, including promotions you activated, as well as items you have added to your carts;
information collected and held via our secure financial systems about the payment method you use for your purchases from us;
like many websites, tracking technologies, such as “cookies”, are used to obtain certain types of information such as application activities, current location of your device, type and version of your browser, your device ID and other device metrics when you visit our websites, apps or our trusted partners’ websites or apps (see Cookies Statement for details);
images and video that you have posted online to facilitate our service provision or sales promotion; and
information we collect via our apps on mobile devices or smart devices (e.g. smart watches), for example the current location of your device, type and version of your browser and, your device ID and other device metrics, as allowed by your device permissions.
When you contact us or we contact you to take part in competitions, promotions, testimonials, reviews, surveys, focus groups or make other enquiries:
your contact details and loyalty card number
whether you activated the promotion
the content of online communications with you, including competitions, promotions, feedback, reviews, ratings, comments and images included on any of our websites, apps or social media pages or any of our other digital services an electronic copy of the written communication or voice recording of the conversation.
When you visit us in person, including for events:
your contact details, your ID, and loyalty card number for in-store/in-hotel services such as pick up, home delivery or special orders;
we may ask for your ID, such as your driver’s licence, if you purchase alcohol or tobacco;
cameras (including security and smart cameras) may record footage and other data which may identify you; or
your contact details if security or team members are investigating whether you may have breached any store procedures or if you are injured in any one of our stores or are witness to an incident.
When you purchase a Gift Card (e.g. a Dan Murphy’s Gift Card) from us:
your contact details
your gift card ‘Card Number’ and the corresponding ‘PIN’
balance on the gift card and its transaction history.
From time to time we may also collect personal information about you from other sources to help us supplement our records, improve the personalisation of our service to you, manage our services, and detect fraud.
For example, we may collect personal information from:
our trusted partners to confirm your membership of the loyalty program, e.g. to convert Everyday Rewards points to your Qantas membership;
State Governments for the purpose of exclusion from alcohol or gaming venues;
information service providers to improve data quality, e.g. we validate addresses with Australia Post to improve your delivery experience; or financial services organisations for fraud prevention
Do I have to provide my name?
For many of our services, you generally have the option not to give us your name and can use a pseudonym if you prefer.
We may need your real name and a valid ID for specific purposes or where we are required to ask by law.
Can I provide someone else’s personal information to EGL?
Yes, you may provide someone else’s personal information to us, for example,
when you purchase a gift for others,
place an order on someone else’s behalf, or
when you open a Loyalty Program account on someone else’s behalf.
You must have their consent beforehand and we may ask you to provide evidence of that consent. You should not provide someone else’s information if you don’t have their consent, or for malicious purposes.
Do you collect my sensitive information?
Some of our products and services may require us to collect your “sensitive information” (which is defined in the Privacy Act and is a subset of ‘personal information’) from you or from other sources. Sensitive information is only obtained with your consent or in certain limited permitted situations.
How does EGL secure my personal information?
Your personal information is important to us. We design our systems with your security and privacy in mind.
Any personal information we hold is generally stored electronically in computers or cloud systems operated by us or by our service providers. We implement a range of information security measures and encryption protocols when we handle your personal information to protect it from unauthorised access, loss, misuse or wrongful alteration.
We may collect information from your current device using cookies or other technologies, including your online browsers or apps to protect your account security. See Section 3 for examples of what kinds of information we may collect.
We use security measures such as physical and technical security access controls or other safeguards, information security technologies, policies, procedures and training programs to ensure the security of your personal information.
We protect your payment card details with encryption and hashing methods. Do not include your full card details when you communicate with us via email, SMS or chat messages. If we have to make a reference to your payment card number, we will only refer to the last four digits in any form of written communications.
For what purposes does EGL collect, hold and use my personal information?
We primarily collect, hold and use your personal information to supply, promote and sell goods and services that you have requested, or which may be of interest to you, so that we can improve and personalise your experiences. This may also include the products and services of our suppliers and trusted partners. EGL also collects, holds, and uses your personal information to meet legal requirements that EGL is required to follow.
We may use your personal information for purposes which are incidental to the sale and promotion of our goods and services, or for other purposes which are within your reasonable expectation or permitted by law.
In addition, your personal information may be used for the following purposes:
Personalisation: To identify your preferences, to recommend features, products, and services that may be of interest to you, and to personalise your experience with EGL.
Communication: To send you offers and other communications that may be of interest to you.
Create and maintain your loyalty account: To capture and reward your shopping behaviour, and to provide customer support if needed.
Investigation: To assist in responding to your complaints or enquiries and to undertake investigations.
Fraud detection and security: To verify your identity and to detect fraud activities. We may conduct auditing and monitoring of transactions and financial engagement.
Improve our services and customer experience: To analyse performance, improve our systems and improve the usability, functionality and effectiveness of our services.
Analysis: To analyse your personal information in an anonymised and combined way when we communicate with you about your preferences and interaction with EGL; for example weekly personalised specials.
Legal Requirements: To comply with legal requirements including licensing and reporting obligations, EGL must collect and hold your personal information.
Who does EGL share my personal information with and why?
Your personal information is important to us and we are very focused on making sure it stays safe.
We use data, including personal information in some cases, to understand the preferences and shopping patterns of our customers and to produce other insights.
In most cases, we employ techniques such as grouping, combining and anonymising, so that we don’t need to use your personal information to understand those preferences or patterns, or to produce insights.
We may also share anonymised preferences and insights with our suppliers, partners and service providers to assist with the marketing of products and services, without revealing your personal information.
There are limited circumstances when we do need to share or use your personal information, such as:
when you make a written request to share your information with a third party;
to related companies;
for fraud detection and security protection;
when legally required, including assisting with police investigations and where required by law enforcement agencies; and
with third parties, such as partners, suppliers, or service providers, when we need their assistance in our day-to-day business operations or so we can work with them to provide services to you.
There are also limited circumstances in which we may share your personal information with third parties, such as:
financial services organisations or specialised service providers for fraud detection (when we process your payments);
print partners for direct mail and card fulfilment (when you register and order a loyalty card from us);
those helping us to improve data quality, such as Australia Post (when you provide your address to us);
expert data partners (in encrypted form) to provide us with insights (when you shop with us or when you join our loyalty programs); and
our partners, e.g. Qantas, to provide loyalty program membership information and to allocate points to you (when you choose to convert Everyday Rewards points to your Qantas membership).
When you register to hold an account or become a member of any EGL brand or program, we may send you commercial electronic messages and tailored advertising if you agree to let us do so. We may send you these messages via various channels and media (including by email, SMS, phone and mail, or via advertising on certain websites and social media), but only where you have not opted out of receiving such electronic messages from that EGL brand or program in that channel.
You can opt out of commercial electronic messages by using the relevant unsubscribe facility for the EGL brand or program which sent the message. The appropriate unsubscribe facility may depend on the subject of the message or the channel used to send the message. Details on how to opt out of commercial electronic messages in relation to each EGL brand or program are contained within the terms and conditions for the relevant brand or program.
Does EGL share personal information overseas?
Some of our service providers, including data storage and technology service providers, may be located or use locations outside of Australia.
Where we share personal information overseas, we take steps to ensure that our service providers are obliged to protect this personal information in accordance with Australian legal requirements and that they are only permitted to use personal information for the purpose for which it is shared.
Our service providers or their data storage servers may be located, and may store your personal information from time to time, in a number of countries, including New Zealand, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, United States, India and Japan.
We may share your personal information overseas for reasons including:
where we have made a business decision to engage with a trusted service provider to assist us with certain functions, including data storage, combining and analysing data and processing data;
for disclosures between our related companies. Our main business locations are in Australia, but some of our Group companies may be based in other countries from time to time;
when our business which collected your personal information is in a different country to your location;
when our supply to you necessarily involves overseas disclosures. For example, a reinsurer of some of our insurance offerings uses computer systems in Switzerland and the United States to store insurance-related personal information; and
where you are involved with public liability issues, we may share your personal information with our overseas insurer or other supplier of relevant services in the course of managing those issues.
How can I access my personal information?
You have a right to request access to the personal information we hold about you. You can access or correct your personal information on your online profile via your online account at any time.
However, before we provide you with access to your personal information we may require verification of proof of identity. There is no charge to submit a request to correct or access your personal information, however, we may charge a reasonable fee for giving access to your personal information if your request requires substantial effort on our part.
If you would like a copy of the personal information held by us about you, please contact EGL’s Privacy Officer using the details shown in Section 17 below.
How can I correct my personal information?
If you believe that any of your personal information is inaccurate, out of date, incomplete, irrelevant or misleading, please contact our Privacy Officer. It is your right to have your personal information corrected.
How can I make a complaint about the management of my personal information?
If you would like to complain about a breach of the Australian Privacy Principles, you may contact our Privacy Officer. We may ask you to put your complaint in writing and to provide relevant details. We may discuss your complaint with our personnel and our service providers and others as appropriate.
We will respond to your complaint in a reasonable period of time (usually within 30 days).
If you disagree with our decision, you may refer your complaint to the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) (whose contact details are as set out here).
15. What other privacy terms may apply?
There may be additional privacy notices and terms relevant to you depending on the nature of your dealings with us and on our particular businesses. There are additional privacy terms in our loyalty program and club membership terms and for use of our online sites, for example.
This policy does not apply to the personal information of our team members (employees and contractors) in their capacity as such.
If we propose to change this policy, we will display the proposed policy on www.endeavourgroup.com.au at least 2 weeks before any change comes into effect.
17. How to contact EGL?
Phone: 1300 780 674
Email: [email protected]
Post: Privacy Officer
Endeavour Group Limited
Level 1, 26 Waterloo St,
SURRY HILLS NSW 2010
18. More information?
More information about privacy law and privacy principles is available from the OAIC and from their website. The OAIC may be contacted using their contact details set out here.
How does EGL collect electronic Information?
Like most companies, we collect electronic information about you (which may or may not be personal information) using cookies and similar technologies when you visit our websites to personalise and improve your experience.
What are cookies?
A cookie is a small file downloaded onto your device when you interact with any online content such as websites, social media sites and apps. The content may be our own, or may be the content of others in which we have an interest, such as our digital banner advertisements.
The information that we collect through cookies may not identify, or relate, to a particular individual. Generally, the information collected through cookies relates to a device used to access online content, such as an IP address or location data about the device (where available and not disabled by the user) and metadata (a set of data that describes and gives information about other data). Cookies may also collect information about the behaviours of the user of the device, such as the websites visited by the user and their activity on the website.
In some circumstances, the information collected through cookies may be combined with information that identifies the end user of the relevant device. This may occur, for example, if you log into your account, or if you interact with certain content (such as a link) that we have sent to you in an email.
Why does EGL allow cookies to be used?
We allow cookies to be used for three reasons:
First, we allow session cookies to be used when you visit our online content, including our websites. Session cookies enable your device to move from page to page without you having to log in repeatedly. The placement of this type of cookie generally improves your browsing experience. These cookies are removed when you close your browser and end your online session.
Secondly, we set persistent (permanent) cookies on our website(s) to remember your preferences so that we can improve your website browsing experience. We also allow trusted third parties to set persistent cookies. Persistent cookies will be remembered when you visit the site again and are not removed when you close your browser. These cookies allow us to serve you with targeted advertising and measure the effectiveness of our site functionality and advertising.
Thirdly, we use other tracking technologies (such as pixels, beacons and tags) to record your behaviour and activities when you visit our website(s) for the purpose of analytics and targeted online advertising. Collecting this information enables us to:
assess marketing activities such as what promotions to send to you, when and how
send you tailored advertising about products and services that may interest you. You may receive tailored advertising on the websites you visit in the form of banner advertising, or on the social media platforms you use
measure the effectiveness of promotions.
We may for example, access information from cookies set by others such as Google, Adobe, Microsoft and social media platforms.
This information is collected directly by the providers of those features and is subject to the privacy policies or notices of those providers. Please see their privacy policies for further details, including how you can opt out of specific offerings.
Types of cookies used by EGL
We have listed the main types of cookies used by EGL below.
To disable these cookies, please go to the section “What are my choices about cookies?”.
Essential website cookies: These cookies are needed to provide you with services available through our websites and to use some of their features, such as access to secure areas, maintain your security and privacy against potential risks and fraud activities to enable us to tailor our menu to your location. Because these cookies are strictly necessary to deliver the websites to you, the websites might become inaccessible if you block those cookies.
Performance and functionality cookies: These cookies enhance the performance and functionality of our websites. While not essential, certain functionality like videos and product recommendations may become unavailable without them.
Analytics and customisation cookies: These cookies collect information that is used either in aggregate form to help us understand how our websites are being used or how effective our marketing campaigns are, or to help us customise our websites for you.
Advertising cookies: These cookies are used to make advertising messages more relevant to you. They perform functions like preventing the same ad from continuously reappearing, ensuring that ads are properly displayed for advertisers, and in some cases selecting advertisements that are based on your interests.
Social networking cookies: These cookies are used to enable you to share pages and content that you find interesting on our websites through third party social networking and other websites. These cookies may also be used for advertising purposes too.
What are my choices about cookies? We value your trust and take the protection of your personal information very seriously. This document outlines the way in which we collect, hold, secure, use and share your personal information. We encourage you to read it, so that you are comfortable with what we do and can help us improve your experiences with us.
If you have any questions regarding its contents, we invite you to contact our Privacy Officer, whose contact details are contained in Section 17 below.
About EGL Group
Endeavour Group (referred to as EGL, ‘we’ or ‘us’) includes Endeavour Group Limited ABN 77 159 767 843 and its brands, businesses and related companies, including Dan Murphys, BWS, Jimmy Brings, Cellarmasters, Langton’s and ALH Group.
If a product you have purchased from Shingleback Cellar Door is faulty, damaged (excluding damage caused by misuse), wrongly described, or breaches a consumer guarantee, we will cheerfully refund your money, exchange or, where possible, repair the product.
We will ask you for a valid proof of purchase when returning a faulty product. Some examples of acceptable proof of purchase are your original receipt, tax invoice, a credit card statement clearly showing your purchase at Shingleback Cellar Door). If your purchase incurred a delivery fee, then we will also cover the cost of delivery for the return.
Our products come with guarantees that cannot be excluded under the Australian Consumer Law. You are entitled to a replacement or refund for a major failure and compensation for any other reasonably foreseeable loss or damage. You are also entitled to have the products repaired or replaced if the products fail to be of acceptable quality and the failure does not amount to a major failure.
In respect to any other services Shingleback Cellar Door provides, our services come with guarantees that cannot be excluded under the Australian Consumer Law. For major failures with the service, you are entitled:
You are also entitled to be compensated for any other reasonably foreseeable loss or damage.
If the failure does not amount to a major failure, you are entitled to have problems with the service rectified in a reasonable time and, if this is not done, to cancel your contract and obtain a refund for the unused portion of the contract.
Change Of Mind Return
Shingleback Cellar Door happily gives you a refund or an exchange if you have changed your mind on a purchase, provided that the product is:
Please provide your proof of purchase (for instance your original receipt, tax invoice or a credit card statement clearly showing your purchase) with you when returning a product under the change of mind policy. Please note that the delivery fee incurred will not be refunded if a purchase is returned as part of the change of mind policy.