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Banks such as Westpac, NAB, ANZ, and Commonwealth have employed deliberate delaying tactics to arbitrarily make the process of cancelling a credit card more difficult. Australian banks are yet to meaningfully respond to an industry-led report that found there is a serious need for reform in how credit cards are handled, and as we move closer to a cashless society, it's becoming more and more important.

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It's official — Amazon is setting up shop properly in Australia, and is promising "low prices, vast selection, and fast delivery" to win the business of paying Australians.

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A ton of fake GoFundMe donation pages were set up for the family of Robert Godwin Sr earlier this week after he was murdered in the US. It's a nasty trick, no doubt, but this isn't the first time scammers have preyed upon sympathetic contributors, and it won't be the last. Here's how to spot the fake campaigns before you throw your money away.

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Big W's big eBay store sale ends at midnight tonight. That means you only have a few hours left to land a bargain on TVs, cameras, video games, consoles, tablets, home appliances, smartphones and Lego. To save you the trouble of sifting through hundreds of products spread across multiple pages, we've assembled the cream of the crop right here!

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Being frugal is a lot like agreeing to pick someone up from the airport. It sounds easy enough when you agree to it, but when it's time to actually do it, ugh, what a pain. If you have a hard time sticking to a frugal habit, design your lifestyle in a way that makes frugality the default.

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In the eternal war between Apple Pay, Android Pay and Samsung Pay, the world's largest smartphone maker just scored another — minor — victory. Millions of customers from Australia's second largest bank can now use Samsung's phones and smartwatches instead of their credit and debit cards to pay at almost any NFC payment terminal around the country.

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Most people over a certain age have a bunch of vinyl records gathering dust in a wardrobe, trunk or suitcase. (It's how you separate Generation X and Baby Boomers from everyone else.) If your collection is still in mint condition, a few of them could be worth a few bucks. If you're an old school punk or Beatles fan, they could even be worth more than $10,000.

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eBay is hands down one of the cheapest, easiest ways to shop for a used bicycle. However, dropping a bunch of cash on something you can't see is always worrisome, especially when it's something that needs to fit you properly. The folks at Global Cycling Network have a few tips to find something that will work for you.