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Daily briefs: NCCPA tweaks could lead to 'sham' business loans

CALC CEO Gerard Brody

Consumer Action CEO Gerard Brody warned tweaks to the predominant purpose test could green-light "sham business loans". Image credit: supplied

Consumer groups called on Australians to share stories of the "real pain" caused by irresponsible lending practices, to maximise awareness before the obligations were scrapped.[.....]

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