The insurance ‘rort’ that consumer advocates say the big four banks were in for years | The Business

ABC News (Australia) published this video item, entitled “The insurance ‘rort’ that consumer advocates say the big four banks were in for years | The Business” – below is their description.

The big four banks are being dragged to court by regulators and in class action lawsuits over consumer credit insurance, also known as “junk insurance”, which has been sold to millions of customers.

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