The terms ‘financial counsellor’ and ‘financial counselling’ have been restricted to not-for-profit organisations.
17 Sep 2012 |
New reforms means that dodgy for-profit enterprises can no longer claim to be ‘financial counsellors’ or to provide ‘financial counselling’.
Australian consumers fight unfair bank fees in the High Court.
6 Sep 2012 |
A class action lawsuit is fighting for over $220 million in unfair bank fees collected from Australian consumers.
Not all banks are applying the new credit card reforms.
17 Aug 2012 |
Banks are applying new reforms to existing cards in a variety of ways
The fight for efficient, flexible and responsive banking has some key wins.
22 Dec 2011 |
Our campaign has galvanised overwhelming public desire for better, more flexible and responsive banking in Australia.
Send a message the ‘big four’ banks can’t ignore.
6 May 2011 |
Following the latest stand-off in passing on RBA interest rate cuts, it's no surprise the ‘big four’ banks are well and truly on the nose with consumers.
To celebrate World Consumer Rights Day, move your money from accounts that simply top up the profits of banks.
14 Mar 2011 |
$153 billion worth of Australian money currently sits in everday transaction accounts that earn little or no interest.
Help CHOICE keep the pressure on the Government and the big four banks.
10 Feb 2011 |
CHOICE is calling on consumers to write the CEO of their bank to get a better deal.
The National Legal Profession Reform Taskforce wants your views on proposed reforms
20 Jul 2010 |
Some banks impose unfair or even unlawful fees on their customers, but you don't have to blindly accept them. Fight back!
23 Apr 2010 |
Read your rights and some effective tools you can use to fight back. The time has come for banks to get rid of some fees and make others fairer.
CHOICE's guide to the difference between home loans and banana smoothies.
11 Dec 2009 |
With a certain video hitting the news recently, we felt it might be necessary to clarify that banking is not at all like making a banana smoothie.