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From body snatchers to dodgy marketers: the dirty history of funeral schemes

By Lee Moerman, Professor, University of Wollongong
Sandra van der Laan, Professor of Accounting, University of Sydney
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In the 1700s 'burial clubs' emerged in response to fears of funeral poverty. These schemes persist today — along with marketing targeting the poor and vulnerable.

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