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Neobank Volt closes its doorsBY CASSANDRA BALDINI | WEDNESDAY, 29 JUN 2022 12:33PM
Australian neobank Volt, the first of its kind to receive a full banking licence from APRA, is closing its doors and urging customers to withdraw all funds from accounts before July 5.
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