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Aussie to pay unhappy customers

Staff Reporter 1 minute read

Aussie Home Loans is so confident in its broker service that the brokerage has vowed to pay any customer that is unhappy with its service $100.

The mortgage broker’s founder and chief executive John Symond said the new sales scheme, “Aussie Promise to Impress”, was established to encourage potential home buyers to use a mortgage broker.

“We understand that everyone’s home buying and renovating journey is a unique one and our brokers understand that finance needs are just as unique, which is why we offer a tailored service. We believe our service is unmatched within the industry and we’re prepared to put our money where our mouth is by offering $100 to anyone who is not impressed,” Mr Symond said.

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