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For easy reference, we’ve put all our agreements, policies and contract information in one place.

  • Terms and Conditions
    This agreement contains all the Terms & Conditions of service between Geeks2U and its customers.

  • Privacy Policy
    The Privacy Policy explains how Geeks2U handles personal information and complies with the requirements of the privacy law including the Privacy Act 1988.

  • Website Terms of Use
    These terms of use govern your use of the Geeks2U web site, and any linked pages.

  • Social Media House Rules
    These rules govern your interaction with Geeks2U’s Facebook & Twitter pages.

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