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BFCSA: Banksters need to be Locked Up: ANZ used Mobile Agents then called them "brokers"

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All Brokers were AGENTS OF ALL THE BANKS............................according to Colin Neave now Commonwealth Ombudsman.  His 2002 Policy that Brokers are Agents of the Banks because the Bank never ever contacts the borrower should be made well known to every LOW DOC AND FULL DOC MORTGAGE victim.


by Tanu Kallivayalil

Wouldn’t it be nice if you could just talk to your bank about your home loan whenever, wherever? Well, you may just have conjured up the genie in the Lamp because that is exactly what ANZ Mobile Lender Robin Soulsby does.

The catchphrase for ANZ mobile lending business is: Wherever. Whenever. And that, in a nutshell, is what ANZ Mobile Lender Robin Soulsby does. “When you are working full time, it’s hard to go into a bank, fix an appointment and so on, this is where ANZ mobile lending comes in.” Robins Soulsby who lives in Sanctuary Lakes with his wife Suzanne says that most of his appointments are after hours. “We focus on after hours appointments. So we represent ANZ but we come to you. That’s the key to the business. We go to the client’s house, we sit around the kitchen table and we do all the loan interviews and paperwork.” The concept has been around for 7 to 8 years but it’s really kicked off in the last two to three.

“Some people think we are mortgage brokers,” says Mr Soulsby. But that’s wrong. “While mortgage brokers have their place but we are specifically ANZ . I am ANZ’s agent. That is the difference.”

Mr Soulsby says that becoming an ANZ Mobile Lender was not an easy process. “It’s a franchise.................. read more


The Opportunity..................

Online's the new front in ANZ fight

Jessica Irvine
July 29, 2006

ANZ Bank this week will launch a new online mortgage platform One Direct in an attempt to steal back market share from aggressive online players like ING Direct and BankWest.  The new online offering will target time-poor and tech-savvy consumers who are happy to access a home loan and debit card entirely online or by telephone.  ANZ's managing director of personal banking, Brian Hartzer, said the bank's research revealed that while a majority of people still valued a traditional banking relationship, a sizeable chunk, around 20 to 30 per cent, would opt for a cheaper online offering..................




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