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Payslip not enough on its own: Reasonable steps in income verification for consumer credit contracts
This case concerned contraventions of consumer credit legislation as a result of verifying income on payslips alone.
Australia
10 Mar 2018
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Credit betting set to come to an end for online bookmakers
There are expensive consequences if an online wagering operator is found to be in breach of credit betting prohibitions.
Australia
21 Oct 2017
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Further guidance as to the appropriateness of asset-based lending
This case serves a reminder that any decision to approve an asset-based loan must be transparent and justifiable.
Australia
16 Oct 2017
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Mortgage fraud: ASIC gets tough on brokers in the home loan market
ASIC responds to the high level of loan application fraud in the home loan market. originating from mortgage brokers.
Australia
21 Jul 2017
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Merchants beware: ACCC given powers to stop excessive surcharging
The ACCC can now stop merchants over-charging customers for paying for goods and services with credit or debit cards.
Australia
27 Mar 2016
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Small business, consumer protection, agriculture and excessive credit card surcharges: the ACCC enforcement priorities for 2016
At the launch in Sydney, ACCC Chairman Rod Sims launched and spoke about the 2016 ACCC Compliance and Enforcement Policy.
Australia
2 Mar 2016
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