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Keep me posted is celebrating a solid result with Consumer Affairs Ministers sending a strong message to businesses that enough is enough!
Last Friday’s Consumer Affairs Forum saw Ministers consider the Decision Regulation Impact Statement on paper billing fees and agreed to encourage businesses not to charge vulnerable or disadvantaged consumers to receive paper bills.
This process will be issued by businesses providing a strict twelve-month period to increase the subscription to their existing exemption programs.
The Keep Me Posted team are taking this result as a victory. We will continue to provide the most vulnerable Australians assistance through our campaign initiatives and will continue to monitor the issues over the next twelve months.