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Four arrested for allegedly targeting Early Release of Super Scheme

Publisher
Australian Federal Police
Date published
May 2020

Relevant impacts: Human Impact and government outcomes impact

Four people have been charged by the Australia Federal Police (AFP) for allegedly submitting false claims to gain early access to superannuation savings. This scheme is designed to assist members of the community who are in severe financial hardship. They were arrested by the AFP’s Anti-Fraud Taskforce Iris following a referral from the Australian Taxation Office-led Serious Financial Crime Taskforce.

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