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Transition to Direct Debit

Published May 2016  |  Centrelink, Direct Debit, Payments

Updated: 21st November 2016 I’ve received notification about the transition from Centrepay to Direct Debit, what’s this about?   Make It Mine is no longer able to provide Centrepay as a payment option for our customers, so we’ve transitioned all affected customer over to Direct Debit payments. We had been in negotiation with Centrelink for some time since the decision by the Federal court to fine us for breaches of the NCCP Act in relation to Responsible Lending, and a decision was recently handed down by Centrelink that we will no longer be able to offer to accept payments through …

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Published March 2016

The Benefits of Internet Banking

Internet banking makes it increasingly easy to manage your finances online, so if you haven’t yet made the transition, we’ve put together a list of some of the benefits of internet banking: Convenience – Avoid those …

Published November 2015

Reflecting Back and Moving Forward

MEDIA ALERT – NOVEMBER 2015 Make it Mine founder and CEO, Andre Lang, says that he is relieved that the Federal Court matter involving a prosecution by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC), and an …

Published August 2015

Choosing a Pre-paid Mobile Phone Plan

Last updated: 7 April 2017 So you’ve just started renting a new mobile phone and you’re overly excited. Understandably so… it’s shiny, it’s pretty and it’s beau-ti-ful! However, to fully enjoy your new device you’ll need a …

Published July 2015

10 things you couldn’t live without today

Believe it or not, there was a time before Smart phones, Facebook and YouTube. As hard as it is to remember what it was like only 10 years ago, each of these technologies and social media …

Published June 2015

11 Tips To Organise Your Fridge

A clean and organised fridge is a sign of a well-run kitchen. When it’s time to eat, the last thing you want to do is open your fridge and spend time finding your leftovers or worse, …

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