A third party, authorised by you, can apply for Hardship Care on your behalf. But before they can, it’s worth mentioning a few details:
- Your nominated representative must be pre-authorised with us before they can apply (click here to download a copy of our Third Party Authority Form under your Latitude product)
- Once pre-authorised, your nominated representative can apply for Hardship Care on your behalf, online.
- Your nominated representative may be required to supply additional documents to us as part of your Hardship Care application – for example, copies of payslips or income statements, utility bills or expense statements, copies of loan or credit card statements from other lenders, etc.
- If your application is successful, you’ll still need to accept the arrangement terms proposed even if your authorised representative has applied on your behalf. This will be a change to your credit contract with Latitude and so we’ll need your direct approval to proceed
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Need more advice?
If you’re worried about your finances, consider getting in touch with the National Debt Helpline. They’re a not-for-profit service offering online and over-the-phone support to help with managing money and/or debt, or they can put you in touch with a local Financial Counsellor in your state or territory for face-to-face help. Visit their website or call 1800 007 007.