Appointing an Authorised Representative FAQs

in j. Authorised Representative FAQs

Can I appoint an Authorised Representative to deal with Pivotel on my behalf?

To appoint an Authorised Representative, you will need to complete this form.

When you appoint an Authorised Representative you are giving the person you appoint the authority to deal with us on your behalf as your agent. This means that the Authorised Representative has the power to act and access information as if they were you. This includes making complaints, changing account details or terminating a contract. You can of course specify limitations of your Authorised Representative’s rights.

Please note that only account holders can appoint an Authorised Representative. If you wish to appoint more than one Authorised Representative, please complete one Authorised Representative Form for each person you wish to appoint. You can appoint up to three Authorised Representatives.

For security reasons we require you to submit the completed Authorised Representative Form to us as a signed original and witnessed by one of the following persons below:

  • A Justice of the Peace;
  • An Accountant who is a member of the Australian Institute of Chartered Accountants, CPA Australia or the National Institute of Accountants with 2 or more years of continuous membership;
  • A Solicitor or Barrister;
  • A Police Officer;
  • An agent in charge of, or a permanent employee (with 2 or more years of continuous service) of an Australia Post outlet;
  • An officer with, or authorised representative of, a holder of an Australian Financial Services Licence, having 2 or more continuous years of service with one or more licensees;
  • A Dentist;
  • A Pharmacist;
  • A Medical Practitioner;
  • A Chiropractor or a Physiotherapist

 
Please contact us on 0508 882 448 if this proves too difficult or inconvenient for you, and we will work with you to find an alternative way of appointing an Authorised Representative.