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People will be able to use smartphones, credit cards on public transport

Almost a decade after weekly and monthly tickets were scrapped, a new system may allow people to buy trips in "mass" again.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

'Shortcomings of varying significance': Spotlight on council credit card use

Several WA councils have been criticised in a recently tabled report for the ways in which they manage corporate credit cards.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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Homosassa Springs leads country in fraud complaints for third year in a row
Homosassa Springs leads country in fraud complaints for third year in a row

Florida is the number one state for fraud crimes and one Bay area town leads the country in where scammers like to target.

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You Could Be Saving Money by Paying for Premium Airport Lounges
You Could Be Saving Money by Paying for Premium Airport Lounges

Traveling can be a pain, with overcrowded airports, connections, delays, strict suitcase weight limits and expensive, not-so-good food. Buzz60's Maria Mercedes Galuppo has more.

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These 5 Items in Your Wallet Make You Vulnerable to Identity Theft
These 5 Items in Your Wallet Make You Vulnerable to Identity Theft

Because the repercussions of identity theft are so serious, it's critical to reduce your chances of becoming the next victim. Examine what's in your wallet and make sure to remove these items to..

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Here's Why Millennials Are Really Bad At Tipping
Here's Why Millennials Are Really Bad At Tipping

Millennials are known for eating out. But it seems like we’re not so good at tipping when we do. Buzz60's Natasha Abellard (@NatashaAbellard) has the story.

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Japan Changes Adult Age From 20 To 18
Japan Changes Adult Age From 20 To 18

(CNN)The Japanese government enacted a bill Wednesday lowering the age of adulthood from 20 to 18, but teenagers beware: the legal age of drinking will stay fixed at 20. The change, the first of its..

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Learn How This Woman Stopped Drowning in Credit Card Debt
Learn How This Woman Stopped Drowning in Credit Card Debt

As an advocate for debt-free living, you might guess that Peti Morgan would be totally against credit cards. You would be correct. But only if you can't use one responsibly.

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Perth beauty therapist charged after 'taking photos of credit cards'

It has also been alleged she gave out the photographs for people to use.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Credit card payments for trips expanded across ferries, light rail

Passengers on Sydney's ferries and light rail can now use credit cards and smart phones and watches to pay for trips.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Are you using credit cards like a pokies addict?

It's easy to assume gambling addiction is something that happens to other people, but many people have an unhealthy relationship with credit cards.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Australia: Credit Card Reforms And Non-ADI Lender Rules - Dentons

Some significant new rules for credit cards, APRA supervision of non ADI lenders, and some other reforms have been legislated by the Treasury Laws Amendment (Banking Measures No. 1) Act 2018.
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CBA bans customers from using credit cards to buy bitcoin

Australia's largest bank says buying bitcoin on credit cards is no longer "appropriate" after the recent plunge in the cryptocurrency's value.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •Brisbane TimesThe Age

Mortgages and credit cards the first focus of banking royal commission

The inquiry will later address financial planning and insurance scandals that have seen people lose their life savings.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •Brisbane TimesThe Age

RSL inquiry recommends police referrals, sweeping charity reforms

Former RSL NSW president Don Rowe should be referred to police over his misuse of league credit cards, a high-level inquiry has found.
Sydney Morning Herald

Fluffy Ducks get Sydney Uni staff into hot water

More than 20 staff are under investigation for alleged inappropriate spending on their corporate credit cards.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

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