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BFCSA investigates fraud involving lenders, spruikers and financial planners worldwide.  Full Doc, Low Doc, No Doc loans, Lines of Credit and Buffer loans appear to be normal profit making financial products, however, these loans are set to implode within seven years.  For the past two decades, Ms Brailey, President of BFCSA (Inc), has been a tireless campaigner, championing the cause of older and low income people around the Globe who have fallen victim to banking and finance scams.  She has found that people of all ages are being targeted by Bankers offering faulty lending products. BFCSA warn that anyone who has signed up for one of these financial products, is in grave danger of losing their home.

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Watch out Australian Bankers your day of reckoning is fast approaching.   http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/news/19502/chancellor-george-osborne-announces-that-bankers-will-face-jail-for-reckless-misconduct/...
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    That's a good start in the right direction. Let's see how many get to hear the gates clang shut on their illusions of being "untou
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Belfast Telegraph - Bankers warned: repent or go to jailBy James MooreMonday, 1 October 2012Britain's new chief financial policeman has issued a stark message to the City of London: "We have barely got started."In an exclusive interview with The Independent, Martin Wheatley, the head of the new Financial Conduct Authority, warned that people who believe watchdogs are already too tough have "a big wake-up call coming".Accusing bankers of avoiding responsibility for misconduct by hiding behind committee management, he raised the prospect of US-style prosecutions of senior executives: "In the future we want individuals held to account."The FCA, which will replace the Financial Services Authority, will have the power to launch raids on City offices and bring criminal prosecutions. Mr Wheatley, pictured, who last week recommended that bankers who attempt to manipulate Libor face criminal prosecution, pledged to investigate and expose potential abuses in other sectors of the financial-services industry.That could include the...
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    doyla66 says #
    JAIL THE BASTARDS. These banker scum have caused thousands of families to lose their homes. Justice required : Round up the corrup
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    We need an Australian version of Mr Wheatley to do the same here. Go after and prosecute the CEO's as they are the heads of the ba
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    "Society wants us not just to be ticking boxes but to be looking at outcomes, at what's going wrong & then taking action." Martin
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    And RBA's Glenn Stevens is in the running for the Bank of England governor's position? ... probably going on Australia's great int
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    Regulators prevented from acting in past as decisions taken by committee in banks ~ making it hard to assign blame[individually].
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Originally published:Complex Commercial Fraud: Proceedings of a Conference held 20-23 August 1991 / edited by Peter N GraboskyCanberra : Australian Institute of Criminology, 1992. (AIC Conference Proceedings; No. 10) ; pp 189-197 by Anne LampeJournalistJohn Fairfax LtdNew South Wales   According to various definitions, fraud is a form of deceitfulness involving theft of money, criminal deception, the use of false representations, dishonest artificeor trick to benefit thieving. It involves one or more parties taking money from others without their knowledge. Complex fraud is merely a more artful and difficult to trace version of this form of activity, usually involving a number of companies (often $2 companies), theactivities of company directors, large amounts of money or assets being shifted - sometimes offshore - and sometimes into other corporate entities, or luxury cars, or homes, antiques, yachts, and paintings, or merely fine living at five-star hotels and the enjoyment of three-star restaurant meals,...
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This link below came in on a Trading News Feed & it was a rather interesting read. http://www.moneynews.com/Outbrain/billionaires-dump-economist-stock/2012/08/29/id/450265?PROMO_CODE=FE8A-1 The comments I found of most interest were contained in the first section & then further down. "Despite the 6.5% stock market rally over the last three months, a handful of billionaires are quietly dumping their American stocks . . . and fast. Warren Buffett, who has been a cheerleader for U.S. stocks for quite some time, is dumping shares at an alarming rate. He recently complained of “disappointing performance” in dyed-in-the-wool American companies like Johnson & Johnson, Procter & Gamble, and Kraft Foods. In the latest filing for Buffett’s holding company Berkshire Hathaway, Buffett has been drastically reducing his exposure to stocks that depend on consumer purchasing habits. Berkshire sold roughly 19 million shares of Johnson & Johnson, and reduced his overall stake in “consumer product stocks” by 21%. Berkshire Hathaway also...
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    doyla66 says #
    Thankyou for that information - an important indicator. Some of this could be seasonal and no doubt cyclic. I have read elsewhere
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    doyla66 says #
    Instead of a sneeze - it is going to be a cough this time!!
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Things are not looking good for the government. Australia is getting further into debt. They have caught the debt disease too. Debt is not the solution - debt is the problem. When are they going to eat humble pie? Rather than become further indebted to foreign interests, would it not be better .... To ask the Australian Banks for their $55 billion bailout back? To ask the IMF for the $7 billion Aussie donation to the European banks? To look at the money Australian and overseas banks are syphoning out of all Australians? To seriously look at how the Australian banks are rorting the taxation system? To attend to the serious level of inefficiency and waste in all the regulators, especially ASIC? .... just for starters! Decisive action is needed yesterday. White collar and banking crime is costing Australians everywhere. Softly, softly with financial criminals has not worked and will only...
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    "How bad does it have to get before our government will attend to business in a real and decisive manner?" Well written Lisa. i ag
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http://www.abc.net.au/7.30/content/2012/s3589450.htm   Australian Broadcasting Corporation Broadcast: 13/09/2012 Reporter: Clarke and Dawe   Self-funded retiree Ivor Badfeeling tells Clarke and Dawe he lives off interest rates, through gritted teeth.   Transcript LEIGH SALES, PRESENTER: We've heard a lot in recent years about the vagaries of the global financial system. This week it's caught the imagination of John Clarke and Bryan Dawe.BRYAN DAWE: Now, your name is Ivor?JOHN CLARKE: Ivor. My name is Ivor, yes. Good evening.BRYAN DAWE: Alright. And what do you do, Ivor?JOHN CLARKE: I'm a self-funded retiree.BRYAN DAWE: Ha ha, whoopee.JOHN CLARKE: Mmm.BRYAN DAWE: How's that going?JOHN CLARKE: How's it going?BRYAN DAWE: Yep.JOHN CLARKE: Well you know potato peel?BRYAN DAWE: Yeah.JOHN CLARKE: Really useful.BRYAN DAWE: Yeah, they are useful, aren't they?JOHN CLARKE: Yeah. And just as good the second day.BRYAN DAWE: Correct. And what do you put on them, Ivor?JOHN CLARKE: What do ya put on them?BRYAN DAWE: Yeah.JOHN CLARKE:...
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    Thank you to John and Bryan.http://youtu.be/-q-yEyGxLsU
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    Vote1: Mr Potato Head to run our bank & finance institutions - at least he could peel a few lawyers back!!!
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    Thankyou to John Clarke and Bryan Dawe http://www.abc.net.au/7.30/contact.htm
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National Anti-Corruption Plan  Corruption is a serious global problem, which has devastating impacts for individuals, families, communities and regions. It discourages investment and distorts markets, leading to depletion of resources for important community services like schools, hospitals and roads. In combating corruption, the Australian Government takes a leadership role at the international, regional and domestic levels. At the international level, Australia is a party to both the UN Convention against Corruption and the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention. Australia is a key member of the G20 Anti-Corruption Working Group having participated in the negotiation and development of the G20 Anti-Corruption Action Plan. In cooperation with China and Indonesia, Australia is currently leading a review of G20 priorities to strengthen international cooperation against corruption, and is also working on the development of the G20 Guide to Mutual Legal Assistance. Furthermore, Australia is an active member of the APEC Anti-Corruption Working Group and the...
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    Judging by this document - Australia is failing badly. RBA corruption and bribes, Australian Banks allowed to profit from fraud.
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Posted by on in Bankers A Law Unto Themselves
Often when you tell people your story and plight with the banks or to the media- they comment - but you signed the papers. My next question to them is - so you think it is okay that fraud has been committed and that the Banks are profiting from it? Are you saying that the banks are above the law and should not be accountable to the rules set by the law of this country.  No matter which way you look at it - a crime has been commited and it needs to be investigated. Isn't that why we have laws for?  Crime is crime. No sugar coating of it or exceptions. When put that way to most people - they understand better and agree - if fraud has been committed - it needs to be investigated. So if you speak to the media - make sure you ask that question. Remain focused...
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    I am interested!
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    Based on what I've read about the other political options this is probably a good time to kick off a new party. Who is the brillia
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    Hands up those who wish to be part of new party? We have a brilliant leader, an exciting name. I cannot be leader as it would de
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    http://www.bfcsa.com.au/index.php/entry/bfcsa-demands-to-federal-government
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    We should call for a Suspension of Normal Business in the House, and possibly a joint sitting to attend to the crime and corruptio
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There is an election next year. This is where we have an opportunity to make our voice known. During this time ALL Fedearl policitans s start to doing campaigning and going on how they are very good and are their to protect the interests of the people of Australia etc and that they do this and that.. They need votes to stay in power.. Let's put them to the test.. Very soon - when I have a little abit more time I am going to ask people to write or send me a short video about their Maladminsitration and experience with the banks. I am then going to collate them and then send it to EVERY politician and ask for a response. I am then going to publicly name the ones who fog us off and then as a group it will be our duty to follow them and when they are searching for positive publicity make...
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    Good post, JJ. You're right - in their faces, hard as it is, one way or another. Tags - I'll put that on my posts. There was a me
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Do you have a home loan written after July 2009? Are the old loan practices still going on? Any sign of change or improvement?   David's comment about loans written after the NCCP prompted my putting up this post. Information below on what was supposed to happen ...  I'm really looking forward to your comments. Lisa xx       July 20, 2009 National Credit Code and UCCC comparison The National Credit Code (NCC) is contained in Schedule 1 to the National Consumer Credit Protection Bill 2009. The NCC will replace the Uniform Consumer Credit Code, with modifications. Here is a list of changes (Note this is different from the changes in the exposure draft bill and does not include the registration and licensing changes): Scope: Code applies as in UCCC but has been extended to cover credit provided for the purchase, renovation or improvement of a residential property for investment...
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    doyla66 says #
    I had similar statements made about our position too. I got 2 legal opinions before my dud ex decided who we were to go to & both
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    doyla66 says #
    Hi Lisa - I may have representation - but it does not stop me from wanting to be a voice for others in this area. Please look at m
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    Yes. I do. I really wish I could say more about my case - but it is with the Barrister and solicitor. I have some REAL head spinne
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    Hi JJ, I hear your frustration. "Coded" into silence. If you can, save yourself, anyway you can. Been there, with the legal silen
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http://www.mortgagesettlements.com.au/downloads/Mortgage%20Fraud%20Article.pdf With lax lending compliances and checking systems, such as exist with No Doc and Lo Doc loans, there maybe borrowers who were taught to take advantage of the opportunity to tell the Bank exaggerated detail, or so it seems.  This opportunity was created by the banks themselves, by offering a product that didn't involve the prudent checks and balances that any reasonable person would expect from a Bank or Lender in Australia.  Then there are the borrowers in our situation: we told the truth and even offered our documentation for checking, only to discover later that our honestly declared financial facts had been changed by bank staff or brokers. Without Lo Doc and No Doc loans it would be well nigh impossible to create a fraud loan... unless I've missed something?  Strict enforcement of all codes, regs and Laws should eliminate 99% of loan fraud. Banning of Lo Doc and...
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    It’s good that there are such institutions which help to identify and prevent fraud. We live in times when lots of people become v
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    I'm gonna hate those fraud loan providers forever, they make me their victim a while ago when I was applying for a loan online. I
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    and the longer they drag it out the more money they have to pay out....so to all concerned - ASIC, FOS, ALL GOVERNMENTS - stop pre
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    MrASIC"Wake UP">Fiduciary Duty(care)=banks knowingly not placing consumer'in harms way'-Stop taking sleeping pills.SURELY!!!
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    The big issue: Banks are not permitted to profit from a fraud and will have to forgive (and pay back) all interest, fees and charg
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For advice I will be referring others to this website to join, (BFCSA).   Also we are using our resourceful teenagers and placing like a type of ad on U- tube, tumblr etc encouraging people to join this website (BFCSA) and I am going to start bombarding twitter etc with ad's to join this website too.. This is only the start - have a few more plans in place. Hopefully this will also help bring round a Royal Commission that is desperatley needed.. Also another idea floating around is to put sign post in your front yard advertising BFCSA website. I live on a busy street so I am going to trial it (with a few other friends) to see how it will go. The biggest feedback I get from people when banks start moving in and bullying is that they don't know where to go.. So hopefully my efforts will...
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    What an awesome idea Truth Exposed. I already have contacts with those organisations in the capacity of my current employment. Nev
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    Good food for thought. Maybe we should get the word out about Denise to the Salvation Army, Smith Family etc as they are supportin
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    Great ideas!!!!! Good luck and hopefully some more people who are aware of BFCSA who may be able to help them fight the banks. The
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    Hi JJ - I'm thinking banks or Aussie businesses behaving badly or similar ... are you just doing banks? or bullying by other busin
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By Larry Schlesinger  Monday, 20 August 2012 http://www.propertyobserver.com.au/mortgages/banks-negligent-and-reckless-with-low-doc-loans-denise-brailey-in-senate-testimony   Most of the low-doc loans banks provided to borrowers would have been rejected if they had made a "simple phone call to the borrowers”, banking consumer advocate Denise Brailey has testified before a Senate inquiry into behaviour of the banking sector post-GFC. But she says banks chose “in a corporate decision” not to make this phone call to ascertain the true financial circumstances of the borrower. Brailey, who runs the Banking and Consumers Finance Support Association (BCFSA), brought with her to the inquiry a “small bundle” of 4,000 “falsified loan applications", which she said includes applications to every bank in Australia. “The four majors are in there. “They are all responsible, through a series of emails from banks to brokers, instructing the brokers how to get their deals across the line — 'make the deal fit' was their usual interpretation." Brailey’s views...
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    They must realize by now the 'people' are coming to get them. Best they put their hands up!!! EDITOR: We have the numbers - so m
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It's good to see Australian Broker Online tackling the big concern sending shivers through the entire Industry. Thankyou to their writers, editor and the brokers for providing valuable feedback and information about what was going on from their perspective. Here are the links to the articles and comments related to the BFCSA allegations of Lo Doc Loan Fraud.   Poll: Did banks encourage fraud during boom times? A WA broker – herself facing fraud charges – has accused the nation’s lenders of being complicit, by encouraging brokers to commit fraud to get low-doc loans approved during credit boom times. Australian Broker is asking our readers to cast their vote. Did you see evidence of banks encouraging fraud? Yes or no? Have your say here! http://www.brokernews.com.au/article/poll-did-banks-encourage-fraud-during-boom-times-142522.aspx   TV: 'Overkill' evident in bank low-doc backdown Brokers have labeled bank reticence to write low-docs as an example of a knee-jerk reaction in an exclusive...
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    I emailed the editor of Broker news last night with a summary of our story..
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    Thanks for giving me the lead for this post, Arree. I wonder what Broker News would think now. I would also like Phil Naylor to
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    Or more like Gladstone the dog ...
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    It follows logically that every Lo Doc and No Doc loan in the world is potentially affected the same way. It also follows, logica
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    Absolutely! The banks have blood all over their hands! They know what they do and they don't care. They set it up so that the br
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  I suggest everyone take a look at the new NAB promotion for Honesty. Their home page takes you via a link to their latest credit card marketing strategy. Further down the page you can read the results of a survey : What makes Australians honest? I'd love to hear what other BFCSA members think of this. Is the NAB capitalising on the move toward ethics in business after Denise Brailey put them all on notice about telling the truth at the Senate Inquiry last week? Or is this just a co-incidence? After all we heard that Australians are losing their taste for credit. It certainly pays to be an enlightened consumer when considering buying into the credit market for any reason. Can you spot the tricks and traps in credit advertising yet? Enjoy!    ...
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    I hope people are passing on their insight into the lies in advertising used by banks. Even my smart friends can be so easily suc
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    It will be refreshing for NAB to start promoting honesty. However, I would like to see them advertise: "Good news and in line w
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  On the page http://www.aph.gov.au/About_Parliament/Senate there is a link to order of business in the Senate. ("the Red") I've noticed that there are NCCP Amendments listed. Has anyone else read them? Do you consider these are an enhancement of our consumer rights or detrimental to our debtor relationship with the lender, from the consumer perspective?    There is also a link to all the Senators on Twitter - you can subscribe to their feeds. Interesting quick reading about what's going on.  EDITOR:   New NCCP Laws will not assist consumers - due to the FACT that ASIC has admitted it is not there to handle consumer complaints.  So no enforcement of law means we are better off having no laws, than made to believe we have Clayton's Laws that never get used or applied.  False protection is worse than the truth: There is no protection as there is no enforcement...
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    Thanks for the Editor's comments. You're right IMHO. No one knows, not even the Parliament of Australia, who is responsible for
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The Senate Inquiry, last week, was told that Australian is losing its taste for credit. The demand for home loans is probably dropping as well. Borrowers are paying off their home loans more quickly. So where are the lenders going to find more clients willing to sign up for credit to keep their bottom line? And are the lenders getting the message yet: more Australians are a wake up to credit rorts these days and are shopping around for better - and straighter - deals. It was too much to expect that all dodgy deals and credit tactics would stop last week when the banks got a collective attack of conscience over their lending "mistakes"! It's still going on ... in other credit markets ... This story is not about a Lo Doc Home Loan. It's about a vehicle leasing agreement with similar problems. Steve, the maintenance guy, went to replace...
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    I was talking with my 20yr old son about this. There has been a proliferation in the media (radio/tv/net) about tradies vehicles f
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All banks and other lenders should check their Loan Books and complete a full and detailed report on their existing loans, including all details at application wrt type of loan, income, compliances, supporting documentation, LVR, etc. There would be many that are the old type loans, you know, way back when credit was easy, 100% lending was offered, no proof of income and apparently no attempt to find out anything about the borrower's capacity to pay their loans at all! Wealth creation specialists were spruiking the value of taking equity out of the family home and investing it twice to increase your income. Australia was awash with credit and joy at our new found affluence. Banks and other lenders should also do the government and Australian taxpayers a favour and see which loans are most likely to fall over in the next 12 months. If they're unsure I'm sure the Banking...
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    tried the wayback machine website.. so far none of the old links I have tried are available, but what a great resource! thanks for
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    As I mentionted to Lisa in my original comment, sometimes the problem is due to the web browser you are using. The site is present
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    So glad i'm not the only one but as i said before it worked for me a few months ago and i'm pretty sure i didn't do anything diffe
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    Thanks Lisa for your quick reply - i shall try again. Alixx
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    I am having some difficulty in blogging - here is what i'm doing. I sign in click on write choose catergory write my blog I then h
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If you want to follow my tweets (BFCSA, banking, mortgage fraud, financial and regulator issues, non-partisan politically) my Twitter address is LisaMar83906244  I'd you want me to follow your tweets please DM. I'm been working on raising interest in both the BFCSA and the Senate Banking Inquiry. Would love your assistance with this activity if you have time. Thankyou Lisa    ...
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    Thanks again Lisa It appears to be all hands on deck and well done to all who have assisted me and especially to "Bobbi" who broug
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Firstly, let me introduce myself. My name is Lindie Mehan & my submission to this inquiry was published at # 69. It may only be a light-weight 4 pages long however, there is a 6 year (almost 7) history behind that backing up my submission. That timeframe has seen me visit some very deep dark places & now there is only ice cold anger at the processes I have been subjected to - very un-Australian processes from quite a few different directions.   Today I watched the Senate Inquiry via live streaming on my computer. Denise Brailey has her finger on the pulse which is far more than the other entities presented had. She disclosed how the banks & ASIC would try to blame the brokers well ahead of this inquiry. Please check her blogs on the website: www.bfcsa.com.au/index.php/easyblog Denise has been spelling out quite clearly what is not working, what is fraudulent, what is...
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    Hey Lindie Your courage in speaking out has inspired me to thank Senators Bushby, Eggleton, Cameron & Williams for their intereste
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    doyla66 says #
    Lindie, I was going to say "Chin up", however you don't need to be told that. You are one gutsy Lady who has been let down by all
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    Hi Lindie. I'm sorry for what you have experienced. I thought you might find this article interesting. http://pickeringpost.com/ar
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    I've been following that & watching it develop. I have Google Alerts set up so anything published anywhere about SLAG or Bankwest,
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    Thank you Lindie for writing. Our journey is only just beginning. We wish for the day when thousands upon thousands of our fellow
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