KNOWLEDGEQUITY® (ABN: 19 141 484 630)
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Please read this agreement carefully before accessing or using the information and services available through KnowledgEquity’s website. By accessing or using KnowledgEquity’s website, you agree to be bound by the terms and conditions below.
KnowledgEquity may modify this agreement at any time, and such modifications shall be effective immediately upon posting the modified agreement on KnowledgEquity’s website.
KnowledgEquity is an Australian business. The law applicable to use of the KnowledgEquity website and to disputes arising out of the KnowledgEquity website is the law of the State of Victoria in Australia. If you access KnowledgEquity’s website from outside Australia you are also responsible for ensuring compliance with all applicable laws in the place where you are located.
Copyright and Trademark
Copyright in the material on this website is owned by KnowledgEquity, unless otherwise indicated, and you agree not to infringe any intellectual property rights, including trademarks, owned by KnowledgEquity.
All materials are subject to Australian copyright laws. Should you wish to use, reproduce or distribute our materials in a manner outside these laws, prior written consent from KnowledgEquity must be obtained.
KnowledgEquity acknowledges that CPA Australia owns copyright of all CPA Program® study guide materials and specific learning objectives within those materials.
The content and materials on this website are prepared and made available by KnowledgEquity on a good faith basis. The content and materials are not advice and KnowledgEquity does not warrant their accuracy, completeness or adequacy. You should make your own enquiries before entering any transaction on the basis of the content on KnowledgEquity’s website.
KnowledgEquity does not accept responsibility for any errors or omissions in the materials, nor for the results of any action or inaction, whether from full or part reliance, on the basis of information in these materials.
If you participate in any forum, group or other communication channel on KnowledgEquity’s website (including software and websites directly associated with our content and materials), you acknowledge that KnowledgEquity is not responsible for the content or opinions posted or sent by other users. You also agree not to do any of the following:
– Post or distribute any content or message that KnowledgEquity deems to be unprofessional or illegal, including defamatory, abusive or threatening communications.
– Misrepresent your identity or affiliation with any person or entity.
– Engage in antisocial, disruptive or destructive acts.
Prices quoted on KnowledgEquity’s website are in Australian dollars and include GST (Goods and Services Tax) where applicable.
The following payment options are available:
– Credit Card
The following credit cards are accepted:
– American Express
Offline transactions are also available. You can contact KnowledgEquity by phone or email to arrange.
A Tax Invoice will be issued once processing has been completed. Please see our Refund Policy for information on refunds and cancellations.
The KnowledgEquity website secures your payment data using the latest 256-bit SSL (Secure Socket Layer) encryption technology from Geotrust. Cardholder data is not captured, transmitted or stored by KnowledgEquity as our banking provider takes responsibility for payment security and card data. Our banking provider’s payment gateway complies with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS) – the global mandate by the payment card schemes for merchants and payment processors.
Data is stored in our servers in Australia and all data traffic is SSL encrypted. Additional security steps have been taken to thwart password hacking, with strong passwords and login attempt blocking. Individual users have no access privileges to other user data.
The KnowledgEquity website facilitates the purchase of products and services for online delivery. Delivery is via email, download or access to our online learning platform. Upon receipt of payment, KnowledgEquity will immediately make available and deliver all products and services purchased.
Products and courses are available for a term as specified by the particular item (e.g. per subject, per semester, or per year).
– Our CPD Library online courses are available as a subscription service for a 12-month period and the subscription must be renewed after that period in order to continue receiving access to the course materials.
– Our CPA Program online study support packages (for an individual subject) are available for the semester that the purchase takes place. Our early bird and value pack packages are stored as credits to your account and can be used either in the current semester or a future semester.
Once access is granted to the course materials for a particular subject in a particular semester, the term of access is limited to the end of that semester. In order to receive a rollover for your subject package to a future semester, you must provide the following:
– Confirmation of deferral issued by CPA Australia for that first semester, plus confirmation of enrolment in that subject issued by CPA Australia for the next semester; OR
– Confirmation of results (showing Fail or Did No Sit) issued by CPA Australia for that first semester, plus confirmation of enrolment in that subject issued by CPA Australia for the next semester.
If you are unable to provide these details, the subject rollover policy does not apply. In these circumstances, you will be required to purchase the relevant package for the relevant subject in that next semester to continue to access the relevant resources.
Note that a $30 (including GST) administration fee applies to process subject rollovers. This amount must be paid prior to the rollover taking place and you gaining access to course materials.