Accountability is long overdue. The churning of underperforming businesses should be illegal. Especially when the poor sods who purchase on good faith have been subject to fraud.
Finally something is being done to allow victims of scams undertaken via this service to seek compensation. If you have customers, or know of any licensees who were caught up in the scam that targeted LPOs, now is the time to take some affirmative actions to try to recover lost funds. We will probably have to convince people that they do not need to send money to WU to lodge these claims also. Won't take the vultures long to think that one up!
Help stamp out paper bill charges, have your say! Help the Keep Me Posted Campaign
The lifeblood for LPOs is paying customers, looking for the services we provide. Bill pay and postage are 2 of our main services, so charges for our customers to receive a paper bill, and then again being charged to pay the bill in person at the PO, is impacting greatly on our customers and our network viability.
The Treasury is calling for your views on this idea, and we are urging every Licensee to make a submission before COB 22 December, 2017.
Follow this link to make your submission, and let treasury know what this means for so many of our customers who struggle daily to meet the onslaught of the digital disruption.
If you are one of the many LPOs unable to use POP effieciently, here is the notification to opt in for the POB Advance payment.
If you are keen to keep trying to get it from POP, then use OPT in the search bar because ...............someone thought that made sense
As it says, this needs to be back to Australia Post by the 12 January, 2018 if you want the cash in your cash flow!
Workplace Relations Risks to Franchisors and Holding Companies Rise
MEDIA RELEASE 27/08/2017
LPOGroup welcomes the remuneration transparency for Australia Post’s MD / GCEO & Senior Executives in the Australia Post 2017 Remuneration Report released today.
We understand that this has been a matter of public interest in recent times and the remuneration structure and explanations within the report are insightful.
Of particular interest is the LTI (Long Term Incentive) plan in which considerable bonuses were paid to the MD & GCEO on the condition of meeting various ‘Success factors’.