The battles Summit Financial Partners (the ones that exposed Lewis) are fighting

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Clark Gardner, Summit Financial Partners

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Summit Financial Partners CEO Clark Gardner, the man who exposed Lewis Group’s unlawful credit practices.

He mentioned the following battles his organisation is figting:

  • Irregularities behind Emolument Attachment Orders (garnishee orders).

  • Lewis Group's loss of employment insurance abuse.

  • Lewis Group's compulsory delivery fee on new credit customers.

  • Reckless lending by Capitec Bank.

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