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‘ABUSE’: Bank bans internet transfer act

The worried mid adult mother uses her smart phone to find information about illness in babies.
Here’s why NAB is cracking down on this practice. Image: Getty.

One of Australia’s major banks is cracking down on financial abuse by blocking descriptions in internet transfers that contain abusive, threatening or explicit language. 

NAB will now prevent Australians from using bank transfers to send abusive or harmful messages, with customers warned to review their language and remove the offending words if they want the transaction to go through. 

NAB's warning sign. Image: NAB
NAB’s warning sign. Image: NAB

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