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Consumer Affairs Victoria issues warning about maths tutoring software

Consumer Affairs Victoria says parents of school children should be wary about aggressive selling methods of maths tutorial software.  Some of these programs cost nearly $8000 and are marketed by salespeople who visit the home and offer a ‘free demonstration’ or a ‘free aptitude test’. Read its full news alert here.

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