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Harmoney customers could be entitled to compensation for fees

Peer-to-peer lender is trying to strike out the case.

Campbell Gibson
Fri, 03 Feb 2017

Customers of peer-to-peer lending platform Harmoney could be entitled to compensation for a fee the company charges to its borrowers if the Commerce Commission has its way in a court case.

As reported in August, the watchdog is seeking to clarify whether Harmoney’s “platform fee” of $375 for

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Campbell Gibson
Fri, 03 Feb 2017
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