Terms of Use

Last updated: June 2021

Hey there! Thanks for visiting our website. We’re committed to cutting out nonsense or confusing legal speak so have simplified our terms of use as much as possible. Have a question? Let us know – hello@upcover.com

Our website

The website is owned and operated by Upcover Pty Ltd (ABN: 17 628 197 437). In these Terms of Use, “our website” refers to all information, services, text, graphics and other data contained under the domain name http://upcover.com. “We”, “our”, and “us” refers to Upcover and its related entities and “you” or “your” refers to the person accessing our website.

Acknowledgement and changes

Each time you visit our website you acknowledge your acceptance and your agreement to these terms of use and our privacy policy. Where we make changes to the website, our privacy policy or our terms of use, we won’t be able to let you know directly but will let you know next time you enter our website. This means that next time you enter the website, and are informed of an update to our privacy policy or terms of use that you’ll accept the changes by entering the website.


At upcover, our customers come first in everything we do. We are committed to protecting the privacy of the personal information we hold and to handling it in a secure and responsible manner. Our website will record and track the use you make of our website and certain data items will be collected and used by us. Please read our Privacy Policy located on this website, which explains how we collect store and use certain information provided to us.

Final words

We recommend you seek professional advice when considering if the insurance products mentioned in this website, or in any  Upcover application, are appropriate to your own objectives and financial needs. Our website is provided on an ‘as is’ basis and we make no warranties or guarantees around this website, its materials or its terms of use.

We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land on which we work and live. We pay our respects to their Elders, past and present, and remember that sovereignty was never ceded. We ask that our website, it’s content, our privacy policy and our terms of use are governed by the laws of New South Wales, Australia.