Contact the Welfare Rights Centre in your state - they are a free service that can give you legal advice/information and also represent you in appeals to Centrelink.
You can also try your local community legal centre as some centre's have welfare rights programs who also offer the service mentioned also.
Get on to this asap as there are time limits and other possible consequences of debts over a certain amount.
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03-02-2013 23:11 #21Senior Member
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04-02-2013 09:01 #22Junior Member
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Yea I think they thrive off honest mistakes to make themselves look good, an to think three years ago I wasn't in this mess now because someone on there end doesn't no what there talking about hhas caused this situation. Once a payment plan is in the place is that te end of it?
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