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Super funds slapped over smoker premiumsBY ALLY SELBY | FRIDAY, 7 AUG 2020 9:34AM
AMP, Colonial First State, Equity Trustees, IOOF, Intrust, Netwealth and Suncorp have been caught out by the corporate watchdog for wrongfully assigning 'smoker' statuses to new members, with only four of the aforementioned businesses set to refund members.
Read more: ASIC, Equity Trustees, Intrust, IOOF, Netwealth, Suncorp, Colonial First State, Australian Financial Complaints Authority, CFS, Danielle Press
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