IMC Vault Challenge Terms and Conditions
These Terms and Conditions apply to the IMC Vault challenge being run by IMC Pacific Pty Ltd (‘IMC’). By participating in the IMC Vault challenge, you expressly agree to these Terms and Conditions. IMC reserves the right to modify, alter and update the content of these conditions at any time.
The IMC Vault challenge is organised in collaboration with Noble Agency, an Australian company that facilitates the IMC Vault challenge platform.
Who can participate
Participation is restricted to Australian or New Zealand residents aged 18 years or older who are current students of an Australian or New Zealand university. You may be required to provide proof that you meet the eligibility criteria (eg. ID documents, student card etc) in order to receive a prize.
Staff of IMC or IMC affiliates, staff of competitors of IMC or IMC affiliates and staff of the organisations that contribute to the development of the IMC Vault challenge are excluded from participation. IMC reserves the right to exclude entrants from participation without giving reasons, particularly in the event of failure to comply with the Terms and Conditions.
How to participate and prizes
Participating in the IMC Vault challenge is free of charge.
The IMC Vault challenge is open between 25 January 2021 and 28 March 2021 and can be accessed online at imc.com/imcvault.
You can reach level 1 by finding the code in our 360 office tour which can be accessed online at imc.com/discoversydney. The first 400 participants to successfully reach level 1 will win an IMC branded T-shirt.
Once you have successfully reached level 1, you can reach level 2 by solving four timed riddles, which will each provide one digit of a four-digit code. The four-digit code will change every 2 weeks. The first 100 participants to successfully reach level 2 will win an IMC branded hoodie. The four participants with the fastest times for completing level 2 will receive a PlayStation 5.
Once you have successfully reached level 2, you can choose to enter into the final challenge. The participant with the fastest time for completing the final challenge will win a holiday experience worth up to A$10,000, which will be valid for up to 12 months.
Prizes for level 1 and level 2 will be shipped between 1-3 weeks after a participant has won. IMC will keep winners updated regarding delivery but is not responsible for any delays in shipping/delivery.
Since the PlayStation 5 is not yet available in Australia, shipping times will depend on availability. IMC will inform winners about likely delivery times when notifying winners that they have won. In the event that IMC is unable to source four PlayStation 5s, IMC may offer an alternative prize of similar value.
All tasks have to be solved single-handedly. Any cases of plagiarism will result in disqualification.
Access to level 2 is only available to participants who have completed level 1. Access to the final challenge is only available to participants who have completed level 2. Your time to complete each level will be recorded, commencing from the time you click on the button to access each riddle/ challenge and ending when you complete each riddle/ challenge correctly.
You can attempt each level multiple times until you successfully complete that level. However only one successful entry for each level per participant is permitted. IMC reserves the right to disqualify successful entries where it believes that a participant has completed the challenge multiple times, breached these Terms and Conditions, cheated or otherwise not completed the challenge in good faith.
The determination of the winners will be at IMC’s absolute discretion and is not open to discussion. The names of the PlayStation5 and holiday experience winners, as well as their place and country of residence and their university may be published on IMC’s website.
The following details are required to participate: full name, email address, university, confirmation that you are 18 years or older. After winning a prize IMC will ask for your home address to ship the prize.
IMC is collecting your personal information for the purposes of running the IMC Vault challenge, and for IMC’s, and its related companies' (IMC Companies'), recruitment and organisational development activities. Consequently, IMC and IMC Companies may use and disclose your personal information:
• in connection with the operation of the IMC Vault challenge;
• for IMC’s and IMC Companies’ recruitment and organisational development activities;
• to send you communications about IMC's recruitment activities. This includes advising you of upcoming events and important dates. If you do not wish to receive such communications, you should contact IMC using the information below, or use the unsubscribe option included with the communications.
IMC generally collects your personal information directly from you, but may also collect it from third parties, such as recruiters, referees, IMC Companies and publicly available records.
Our ability to progress you as a participant in the IMC Vault challenge may be affected if IMC does not receive your personal information.
For the purposes outlined above, your personal information may be transferred and/or disclosed to other IMC Companies as well as to third parties acting on IMC’s behalf, which are located in countries including the Netherlands and the United States of America. This may involve transfers of your personal information to servers and databases outside Australia. To this extent, subclause 8.1 of the Australian Privacy Principles will not apply.
You confirm that the personal information you provide is your own, and is to the best of your knowledge up to date, accurate, and complete.
You can contact IMC by:
Level 42, Grosvenor Place
225 George Street
Sydney NSW 2000
+61 (02) 8264 4700
IMC assumes no responsibility or liability whatsoever for any consequences of any use or reliance upon the completeness or correctness of the information contained within the IMC Vault challenge.
You will be responsible for any tax implications arising from gifts or prizes you may receive as a result of your participation in the IMC Vault challenge.
The IMC Vault challenge is conducted under the laws of New South Wales. New South Wales courts have exclusive jurisdiction to adjudicate upon disputes in connection with the IMC Vault challenge unless IMC wishes to initiate legal proceedings in your home jurisdiction.