@judabrio20 asked 2 months ago.

Rorters sharing tips to get on disability pension: bludge school, how to fudge a bludge?

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@ilolawe answered 2 months ago.

A rorter is someone who lies about an injury or illness in order to receive a pension. While the term 'bludger' refers to someone who avoids work and relies on the government for handouts, a rorter is someone who pretends to be sick so they can get a pension.
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@gofusettunna answered 2 months ago.

The easiest way to get on the disability support pension is to claim you’re too mentally ill to work. A bludger might claim they have schizophrenia, dementia or depression and can’t work. These conditions don’t just make it impossible to work, they also make it impossible to function and live a normal life.
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@exuppyrret answered 2 months ago.

“The government is cracking down on the rorters who are gaming the system,” says Minister for Social Services, Christian Porter. “We will be introducing a legislative instrument to ensure only those with a severe medical condition can qualify for the disability support pension.
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@tatiderrap- answered 2 months ago.

“There’s a saying in advertising, ‘A small admission gains a large acceptance,’ which means people will trust you more if you’re upfront about any flaws or defects in your product or service and are far more likely to relate to your brand because of your honesty.

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