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    Hassam Sadiq

    I am a discharged bankrupt, which was originally filed in March of 2018. I have since paid my dues and have recently been able to mortgage a home and now have an excellent credit score of 900.

    My enquiry is that I am interested in becoming a mortgage broker via a franchise model and would like to understand if  my bankruptcy will be notified to the aggregator I am interested in working with, during the process of applying for Authorised Credit Representative with ASIC.

    I have called ASIC and they have only provided me with links that dont give me the answer and I am not clever enough to interpret the National Consumer Credit Protection Act.

    Appreciate if anyone on this forum can resolve my query.

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    Hi Hassam,

    Did you manage to become a finance broker?? Are you still interested?? Give me a call if you still interested.


    Ian / 0418 775 223

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