The Australian Institute of Petroleum used its submission to the ACCC on Eftpos reform to spell out in writing the same complaints first reported in this journal in early February namely that the process of "consultation" by the Eftpos Industry Working Group left a lot to be desired.
The AIP said that "there was no serious consultation process with wider stakeholders,", and that what took place was no more than "window dressing."
Indeed, in early February, the banks, through the EIWG, breached commitments to take into account further feedback from the AIG and...
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