Posts for "consumer protection" tag

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Interview with Carolyn Warman

Carolyn Warman works for the SA Government’s Consumer and Business Services. In this interview Carolyn discusses pre-paid funeral plans and some of the things people need to think through before they sign up for one of... read on

Program 49: ATM fees and remote Anangu communities

Many Anangu lose lots of money on Automatic Teller Machine (ATM) fees. The Australian Government recently announced that 76 ATMS in very remote Aboriginal communities will provide free transactions by the end of this year... read on

Interview with Fiona Guthrie

Fiona Guthrie is the Executive Director of Financial Counselling Australia (FCA). In this interview, Fiona talks about some of the work FCA has been doing to reduce the negative impacts of Automatic Teller Machine (ATM)... read on

Program 46: High pressure sales and dodgy sellers

In this program, we talk with Wendy Glamocak from Consumer and Business Services about high pressure sales and how to avoid being tricked into buying something you don’t want or need. Wendy also explains some... read on

Interview with SA Consumer and Business Services (high pressure sales)

In her second Paper Tracker interview, Wendy Glamocak from SA Consumer and Business Services talks with us about high pressure sales and how to avoid being tricked into buying something you don’t want or need.... read on

Program 40: Christmas Hamper Deals

This program features an interview with Wendy Glamocak from South Australia’s Consumer and Business Services. Wendy talks with us about the dangers of signing up for deals through Christmas hamper companies and what Anangu can... read on

Interview with SA Consumer and Business Services (Christmas Hampers)

Wendy Glamocak works for the South Australian Government’s Consumer and Business Services. In this interview, Wendy talks with us about the trouble that can happen when people sign up for deals through Christmas hamper companies.... read on

Interview with Tahlia Wanganeen

Tahlia Wanganeen works for South Australia’s Legal Services Commission. In this interview, Tahlia talks about some of  the ways the Commission supports Aboriginal people living in the northern parts of South Australia, including all of... read on

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