Your goal is to secure the bag, keep the bag, and grow that bag!
With ASISA Foundation L+EARN, learning how to grow your money could make you a winner.
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Answer our questions about the the weekly topic below and you could walk away with R1000 to add to the bag you’re securing.
This week’s topic is consumer rights. Financial matters are very closely regulated and in accordance with South African law consumers have many rights and ways to exercise these rights. If you need help in addressing unfair treatment that you feel you have received, you follow a complaints process with the specific financial services provider, if your complaint is still not handled to your satisfaction, you may complain with the Ombud office for the specific financial sector. Ombud offices provide free, independent services to consumers and assist with disputes in an objective manner.
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The Saver Waya Waya L+EARN Financial Literacy Programme is a consumer financial education programme for young adults at TVET Colleges and Universities. The objective is to equip students and young adults to become more financially capable in the context of preparing them for the world of work. It is brought to you by the ASISA Foundation in collaboration with the Credit Insurance Corporation of South Africa.
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