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  • Thursday, 18th April 2013
  • Inheritance hunter

    Meet Australia's inheritance hunter. She's given away more than $1 billion in unclaimed trusts and has another $50 million she's trying to find a home for.
  • Friday, 12th April 2013
  • Will Scam

    He's the smooth-tongued salesman trying to talk his way into other people's cash.
  • Thursday, 11th April 2013
  • Runaway scammer

    He's the boss from hell who targets families, charities and even disabled children before running away from his debts.
  • Friday, 5th April 2013
  • Seniors scam

    Older Australians conned into handing over their pensions and their life-savings. The new scams targeting elderly Aussies. A special seniors investigation.
  • Monday, 25th March 2013
  • Powerball vigilantes

    It's a spiteful campaign against a family who won a $50 million Powerball jackpot. They're being targeted by an ex-neighbour in a letter box drop that outlines their lavish spending. Now, it's sparked outrage.
  • Tuesday, 19th March 2013
  • $500m gone

    They're the Aussie retirees left in financial ruin after $550 million went missing. Now, A Current Affair tracks down the man who knows what happened to it.
  • Friday, 15th March 2013
  • 'Inheritance swindled'

    A disability pensioner thought she'd made a friend in a Melbourne mortgage broker. Instead, he took all her money, left to her by her parents and she's yet to get it all back.
  • Thursday, 14th March 2013
  • MS sufferer's Centrelink battle

    A Sydney man whose condition has deteriorated rapidly since he was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis six months ago has been dealt another blow. Centrelink have rejected his claim for the disability support pension.
  • Wednesday, 13th March 2013
  • Power bungle

    The power bungle to beat them all. A man had his electricity account taken over without his permission and to make matters worse the supplier put his account under his neighbour's name. Now they're locked in a battle over who pays the bill.
  • Age pension increase

    Pension increase or insult? The age pension is set to rise by around $30 next week but is the boost enough? Increases in the cost of living mean that many older Australians are still struggling to stay above the poverty line.

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