ICAN has welcomed ASIC’s enforcement action against used car lender Money3. ASIC has issued Court proceedings against the lender claiming that it did not do the financial checks needed to ensure the loans they… Read more »
As the cost-of-living crisis sends some people to financial counselling for the first time, other people previously managing their debt are now considering bankruptcy. As the crisis escalates, so does the demand for financial… Read more »
In this episode Alex heads to Parliament House in Canberra with the #SaveSorryBusiness coalition to lobby for the 30+ thousand people affected by the collapse of ACBF/Youpla.
The Save Sorry Business Coalition has welcomed the Federal Government’s initial $7.2 million Budget allocation for the Youpla Funeral Benefits Program. This interim scheme will help a small percentage of First Nations families affected… Read more »
Need to know Indigenous residents from remote communities in Far North Queensland are being sold dodgy cars from dealerships in Cairns The systems for redress when sold a lemon car are difficult to navigate… Read more »
Need to know Remote Indigenous consumers in Far North Queensland are regularly being sold lemon cars In Wujal Wujal the impact of the dodgy car sales is widespread CHOICE speaks with Indigenous consumers who’ve… Read more »
The Save Sorry Business Coalition recently held a public day of action at Australian Parliament House. The day of action came after an announcement by Ministers Linda Burney and Stephen Jones. You can watch… Read more »
Earlier this month, ICAN Director Daphne Naden gave a keynote address on the Indigenous Consumer Perspective at the National Consumer Congress in Sydney. Sharing the stage with Cynthia Gebert, Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman and the… Read more »