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How to avoid a bush fire charity scammer

Newsagents are renowned for their generosity in the times of crisis. Unfortunately, the generosity of the whole community is often taken advantage of if you are unaware of how to protect yourself from charity scam. Here are a few reminders of what you can do to keep safe:

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Newspack Insurance offers more than just lotteries and business insurance products

Whilst many Newsagents across Australia also ensure risks other than their business and the mandatory lotteries PI requirements through Newspack Insurance, these extended services available to Newsagents may not be known to all. Newspack Insurance can also provide cover for vehicles, both business and personal use, home, contents, landlord insurance and for recreational vehicles. Whatever […]

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Can you afford $400,000 in fines?

The Fair Work Ombudsman has successfully prosecuted a recalcitrant Melbourne employer for continuing to underpay employees even though a court enforced undertaking that they wouldn’t underpay was in place. The company was recently fined $332,000 and a director was fined $66,000 plus the employees had to be paid their entitlements.

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epay Scammers continue their plundering

NANA advises that epay scammers are still very active and have, unfortunately, been successful on a number of occasions lately. As per previous advice, no over the phone sales for epay vouchers should occur, whether on the belief an epay “representative” is on the other end of the phone line or if it is a […]

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Approaching Christmas season signals an increase in robbery risks

As Newsagents move towards the busy Christmas and New Year season, the risk of robbery and theft increases dramatically. Organised gangs of shoplifters, scammers and thieves increase their activities, relying on the distractions that extra customer cover provides. Cash and cigarettes as well as high priced gift lines are high volume targets. Even the weather […]

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