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BFCSA: Message to Governor General re the Bankster Low Doc Scandal

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Her Excellency,   The Governor General of Australia,   Ms Quentin Bryce

I sincerely hope you had a wonderful time in Antarctica.  The glorious sights must have been wonderful.  Over 100,000 families have an urgent and pressing need to seek your assistance in representations to Government on bad banking practices.  BFCSA Members  in a  collective effort have uncovered a massive bank fraud perpetrated on over 100,000 Australia and New Zealand citizens.

We need your assistance to convince the Federal Government that it cannot exempt our banks from prosecution.  It cannot cover up the facts and cannot deny us the right to witness a determined enforcement of law.  The Government ought to be instructing the Australian Federal Police to investigate these numerous and serious complaints regarding lending practices by banks in Australia.

We would sincerely hope you would intervene and assist by sending letters to the Prime Minister and asking her to simply enforce our laws by a strong commitment to holding a Royal Commission into the Banking and Finance sector.  Over 600 complaints a week of imprudent lending must be ringing alarm bells.  The evidence we have amassed must be put in front of an appointed Royal Commissioner.  Australians have a right to air their grievances in a properly constituted forum and have those details properly analysed and assessed.

Clearly, the current regulatory cover-up is not a good look for our Nation. 

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  • doyla66
    doyla66 Wednesday, 06 February 2013

    I have also written to the Governor General and included your message Denise. I will post her reply for you all to read. Lets hope it's not another fob off.
    But fob off or not we can never give up. Sooner or later something has to give. The power of the pen and people power will ultimately prevail.

  • doyla66
    doyla66 Wednesday, 06 February 2013

    I also wrote to her 4 months ago. She just ignored my letter. I never got a reply.

  • doyla66
    doyla66 Thursday, 07 February 2013

    That comes as no surprise - it's what i expected anyway but how rude. As disheartening as it may feel the letter writing bombardment needs to continue regardless.

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