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Permanent e-contracts risk financial abuse

Economic Abuse Reference Group project manager Carolyn Bond

Economic Abuse Reference Group project manager Carolyn Bond said electronic signing and witnessing of financial documents was just one example of the need to consider family violence risks when changes were introduced for customer convenience. Image credit: supplied

The banking industry has been proactive in tackling financial abuse, but cementing temporary changes to electronic contracts could disadvantage victims, consumer groups warn.[.....]

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