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Australia: CommInsure pleads guilty to hawking charges

Lucas Baird at the Australian Financial Review writes that CommInsure has pleaded guilty to 87 breaches of anti-hawking laws:

"In all of the 87 calls charged, CommInsure did not comply with the requirement to offer the customer the option of having the information required to be included in the Product Disclosure Statement for Simple Life read to them prior to the offer to issue or sell the product," ASIC said in a statement.

The regulator said that in 14 of the calls charged, CommInsure also failed to give customers a product disclosure statement before becoming bound to acquire Simple Life; and failed to clearly inform the customer of the importance of using the information in the statement when making a decision to acquire Simple Life.

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