Joint submission: Attorney-General’s Department Review of Financial Hardship Arrangements

Consumer advocates consider that any additional information permitted to be shared or held as part of the credit reporting system is inherently a further privacy intrusion and must be justified to be clearly in the public interest. This submission outlines why hardship flags or any additional indicator of hardship should not be permitted to be shared as part of the credit reporting system.

Read the full submission here [PDF]

180610_Joint Consumer Submission to AGD Review
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