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ASIC's registry services use Twitter



ASIC is using Twitter for our registry customers, including companies, officeholders, registered agents and financial services and credit licensees.

Follow us on Twitter to connect to the latest information on doing business with ASIC.


Need to know more about Twitter?



Twitter is a social networking site that keeps users up-to-date with short updates or 'tweets' from the people or organisations they choose to 'follow'.

Go to www.twitter.com for everything you need to know.


Already a 'tweeter'?



Follow us on Twitter

Or take a look at our Twitter page first www.twitter.com/ASIC_Connect


Our commitment to you



Tweets


We will tweet regularly with the most up-to-date registry services information to help you do business with us.


Following


If you follow us on Twitter, we may not follow you back. ASIC does not undertake to follow any particular users or users' accounts. Our list will be reviewed regularly.


Availability


Updates and monitoring of our Twitter page will take place during business hours, Monday to Friday AEST.


@replies and direct messages


We welcome your thoughts, feedback and ideas as followers. We will read all @replies and direct messages. However, we're not able to reply individually to every message we receive via Twitter.

Any @replies and direct messages that contain helpful suggestions, feedback and improvement ideas will be passed on to the right people.

We will use Twitter to update you about ASIC's registry services. We are not able to discuss your personal circumstances via Twitter. If you have specific enquiries please contact us instead.

ASIC cannot accept complaints – under the Corporations Act, or any other statute or regulation – via Twitter. If you wish to report misconduct please go to our How to complain page.

Accuracy of information


We are committed to providing you with up-to-date, accurate and clear information to help you do business with us.

If you feel that our information is incorrect, you do not understand it or it does not meet your needs you should contact us or seek professional advice.

Your online security



We will never ask you for your confidential details via Twitter. Do not respond to any such requests.



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