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How does Mortgage Lab deal with conflicts of interest?

Date Published: 25 February 2021

From time to time we may receive additional referral payments from our business partners.  Some advisers may receive payments for referring Life and Health insurance, KiwiSaver, currency exchange, Real Estate Agents or Fire and General insurance.  Mortgage Lab and the advisers do a significant amount of due diligence to make sure that all referrals are to companies of the highest quality and compliance standards.  The decision to refer to a partnering business is based on quality service first and the payment received second.

From time to time a product provider may give us a gift, hamper or ticket to an event.  The decision to refer to a product provider is based primarily on the best product for the client, not because of any gift received.  We follow a six-step advice process to assess which product is best for you.

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