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AFP charges early release scammersBY ELIZABETH MCARTHUR | MONDAY, 10 AUG 2020 12:35PM
The Australian Federal Police have charged three people with allegedly submitting false claims to gain early access to superannuation under the new COVID-19 measures.
Read more: ATO, Australian Federal Police, SFCT, Department of Home Affairs, Will Day, AFP Taskforce Iris, ASIC, Attorney-General, AUSTRAC, Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission, Border Force, Brett Pointing
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