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MEDIA RELEASE: Consumer leases will continue to make the poor pay more

Consumer leases will continue to make the poor pay more:Consumer Groups Consumer Action Law Centre and Financial Rights Legal Centre say changes to Centrepay (Centrelink’s service that allows third parties deduct from payments) announced today by the Federal Government are a step in the right direction, but will achieve very little in protecting vulnerable Australians from the unfair costs and questionable behaviour of [ More ]


Financial Rights E-flyer (May 2015)

The Financial Rights Legal Centre publishes a quarterly E-flyer. IN THIS EDITION 1. What we do at the Financial Rights Legal Centre: Insurance Law Service 2. Last resort for victims of dodgy financial advice 3. Big Win for Consumers in Unfairly Investigated for Insurance Fraud 4. ASIC Enforcement against Payday Lenders 5. Getting Access to Emergency Relief in NSW Click here to [ More ]


Job Vacancy: Senior Solicitor – 6 month maternity leave position

We are seeking an enthusiastic senior solicitor for a full-time position, 6 month maternity leave contract. Financial Rights Legal Centre Inc is a community based legal centre in Surry Hills specialising in financial services, particularly consumer credit, banking, insurance and debt. We are seeking to employ an enthusiastic senior solicitor for a full-time position, 6 month maternity leave contract. Experience [ More ]


Job Vacancy: Policy & Advocacy Officer

We are seeking an enthusiastic Policy & Advocacy Officer for full-time position, 12 month contract. Financial Rights Legal Centre Inc is a community based legal centre in Surry Hills specialising in financial services, particularly consumer credit, banking, insurance and debt. We are seeking to employ an enthusiastic Policy & Advocacy Officer for a full-time position on a 12 month contract. Experience [ More ]


Life insurance report lacks imagination in failing to look beyond commission sales

Media Release The life insurance industry’s initial response to a damning report which revealed 37 per cent of all life insurance advice provided by Australia’s financial services licensees failed to comply with the law[1] appears unlikely to bring about sufficient change in how the industry does business. ASIC Report 413 suggested that the industry’s heavy reliance on upfront commissions[2] can [ More ]


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