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    Good read

    Whilst it is a good read, you also feel angry at these crimes & how weak the justice system is in dealing with them. Worth reading.
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    Aussie Con continue to reinvent

    A short little book summarises some olde and more recent cons and frauds by Australians or in Australia. Interesting in the diversity, appears well researched and well written. Benns misses some big cons, such as the con conducted by some groups where marks are continued to be hit - migration schemes, free “investment” seminars and hotels rooms, and third party insurance scams. An easy read, but I would have liked some more in-depth discussion on some of the issues. When is a marketing scheme a con. We have people paying a fortune to expensive “learn about secrets” of investment, regenerative agriculture, homeopathy, crystals, and better health.
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