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SayNo to WelfareCard
When asked if robodebts refunds would be put onto the cashless welfare card, it appears if you are now on the card it will be, even if you were working and paid your debts from your wages and ATO tax return, it appears Indue are waiting in the winds to grab all that cash
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Vantage May 30
Replying to @notowelfarecard
More class actions on the horizon.
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Carl Rayson-theresnobodyherebutuschickens May 30
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Indue card should be next on the agenda for a class action.
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Bernard O'Malley May 30
Aren't they a bunch of cunning little fellows.Unfortuneatly most stunts of this kind come to an abrupt end.
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Andrea May 30
Unbelievable. They want to keep from giving back what was NEVER theirs by restricting those they Stole from. Not being able to withdraw all (THEIR) money and placing it their own banks. The Government accumulates interest on the repayments. Slimy
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Lisa Rafferty ๐Ÿฆ„๐Ÿ‘ธ๐ŸŒˆ - #JoinYourUnion ๐Ÿ˜ท๐Ÿ˜ท May 30
Replying to @notowelfarecard
That's wrong โ˜น
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Tezzr44 May 30
Stuart Robert under the Westminster system is responsible for the failure of Robodebt and the pain, suffering and harm it caused to 470,000 Australians at a 720 mill cost MUST RESIGN
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Maria L๐ŸŽ€ May 30
Replying to @notowelfarecard
Wrong! Wrong!
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Thomas Naismith May 30
This card is a cop-out! For a welfare recipient to spend all their money on booze, cigarettes or other โ€œunapprovedโ€ substances, requires someone to be on the other side of the transaction, i.e. a seller, and they are mostly white, why not have a blitz on them, not the suffering!
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Sir J May 30
Replying to @notowelfarecard
Sounds like someone should send evidence of this over to Gordon Legal๐Ÿ˜‰
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Markusp63 May 30
Replying to @notowelfarecard
No No No!
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