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brett@sctelco.net.au

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The Battle with the Bank
Barry, a retired and divorced businessman, wanted to do something he had always dreamed of, buy and sell property. He had worked hard all his life building up a his capital, even after a generous divorce settlement that provided well for his wife (she would always be his wife) they both had a home to live in and funds to live.
He started out by purchasing a small home in Eagleby in the late 1990s and rented it. He followed this up with another and during this time he also purchased a block of land where he began building a new home for himself. Barry did well and always lived within his means, he was no dummy. He borrowed from the Bank in amounts that he considered affordable and utilised his own cash to manage his affairs in a well considered manner.
By October of 2005 Barry had accumulated a sizeable property portfolio consisting of eight houses. He also had mortgages totalling around $380,000.00 with nearly $400,000.00 in his cash management accounts. He had done very well for himself and managed his affairs prudently.
2006 was not good for Barry. He had health issues throughout the year and was in and out of hospital several times. A hip replacement in February, resulting in an infection, keeping him hospitalised for some months and again later in August, with the insertion of a pacemaker for his heart. Suddenly, in September, his oldest son Stephen passed away with a heart attack leaving him devastated at the loss of his first born. Also during this year the Banks mobile lending officer provided Barry with two new loans, to purchase four more houses, adding three quarters of a million dollars to his mortgage account. This was an extraordinary amount of money to lend to a man of seventy six, with a thirty year term for repayment, you might wonder who Barry’s doctor is to even suggest he may live to such an age. Not only did the Bank lend him an obscene amount of money but it also provided some investment advice, into its own scheme, totalling five hundred and eighty thousand dollars. This advice ended up costing Barry in excess of one hundred thousand dollars in losses by the end of 2007.
2007 finds Barry struggling with such a large repayment bill, intelligence tells him to sell some of his hard earned houses to write down the debt level to a point he was more comfortable with. He did so over the next four months before the Banks mobile lending officer again visited. Four visits within six months and a further two and a quarter million dollars was provided for Barry to purchase eight more properties. Barry now had a total debt of over three million dollars at the age of seventy seven and thirty years to pay it off, easy as pie says Mr. Mobile home loan lender of the year, our Bank service calculator says you can easily afford to do this.
It is hard to imagine that a man of this age can afford over a hundred and fifteen thousand dollars a year in interest payments to service these loans when he makes less than twenty thousand dollars a year after expenses. At this rate we could all be millionaires however, it is more likely we would be locked up for fraud and theft.
This brings me to the facts, the Bank saw the assets that Barry owned and proceeded to use deceptive lending practises to provide him with more and more money until he collapsed under the debt, no longer able to repay, the Bank would confiscate all his hard earned beloved properties that he had worked for and dreamed of, all his life’s work stolen by a collective group of disreputable Banksters.
Dad was a retired businessman and decided to invest in property, a long held dream. He started out purchasing a small house in the southern suburbs of Brisbane. He bought and sold a few more before buying vacant blocks and building homes on them. by October 2005 he had developed a portfolio of eight properties. he had been using the same bank since 1997 and the mobile home loan lender would visit whenever he needed to provide him with more funds.In 2006 Dad spent a lot of time in hospital with another knee replacement operation and a resultant infection to keep in for an extended period of time. His oldest  son passed away suddenly at the beginning of September and he had a pacemaker inserted for his heart in October also in 2006 the mobile home loan lender of the year for Suncorp loaned him $750,000.00, in two separate loans, to purchase...
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  • kddeed
    kddeed says #
    Yes we know all about the sharks too. Ours came door knocking on behalf of the investment group. Should have been enough to warn u
  • setup
    setup says #
    It is not safe anymore do do any kind of investment. Those days are long gone where we can trust the bank to have our best interes
  • Aries
    Aries says #
    That's how these mongrels work, they will do anything and say anything to maximize their commissions.
  • NABbed Nanna
    NABbed Nanna says #
    I'll bet your Dad was a hardworking man and as you say had the one financial institution whom he trusted all that time. These brok
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