Following the slew of financial scandals Australians have faced in recent years, consumer advocates say that Australians need simple and accessible justice with reformed Ombudsman services. The Review of the Financial System External Dispute Resolution and Complaints Framework (Ramsay Review), led by Professor Ian Ramsay, today released its interim report. In response to the review,…
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Another win for Consumer Action’s ‘Do-Not-Knock’ campaign
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Consumer Action says rent to buy schemes may end up hurting both the buyer and seller
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CFA welcomes an innovative funding model that ensure the new Centre can advocate fearlessly.
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Committee’s rejection of a Do Not Knock register can’t be the end of the debate.
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Regulations to limit the harm caused by unsolicited credit limit increase offers have been watered down.
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