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TEQSA CEO Anthony McClaran. Photo: TEQSA

Dodgy would-be HE providers knocked back by regulator

We've since moved onto banks, but let's not forget the mess we had to mop up a couple of years ago. People were signed up to higher education courses by door-to-door salespeople or via cold calls. Often from low-income communities and enticed by free laptops or iPads, they quickly garnered debts in the tens of thousands – sometimes even after they were told courses, that they didn't complete – would be free.

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