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AMP, BT and CBA to face class actionBY ELIZABETH MCARTHUR | FRIDAY, 31 JUL 2020 11:43AM
A new class action from Shine Lawyers alleges that more than half a million Australians were charged excessive insurance premiums by financial advisers aligned with AMP, BT and Commonwealth Bank.
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