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BFCSA: Ettamogah Pub at Cunderdin WA where 2000 Bankster emails were handed over.

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About Ettamogah Pub Cunderdin WA: 

Situated in the heart of the Wheatbelt region of Western Australia, Cunderdin is a small country town 156km east of Perth. This venue has quickly become a tourist must-see, and visitors cannot help but notice the large Ettamogah theme hotel and pub when driving through the town. Steeped in history, Cunderdin, like many small towns in the area, developed as a stop off town during the gold rush in the WA Goldfields.

The Pub that exposed the Banks' Crime of the Century................

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  • doyla66
    doyla66 Sunday, 02 June 2013

    All the Emails and LAF's are now on the CLOUD and about to go viral.
    Based on recent history, all that needs to happen now is a Royal Commission.

  • doyla66
    doyla66 Monday, 03 June 2013

    What should we (as individuals) be doing to plan for a Royal Commission so we'll be ready?

  • doyla66
    doyla66 Monday, 03 June 2013

    Yes, what should we do so we get the Royal Commission so we can be ready. I cant wait to see the mighty fall as they have had it their way for far too long

  • doyla66
    doyla66 Sunday, 02 June 2013

    After Denise's reveal of the emails, the banks and ASIC can no longer say its the work of a few rogue traders. The number of lenders and brokers involved shows there is a systemic problem in the banking sector where borrowers documentation has ben altered after signatures were obtained. There must be a few worried brokers out there now after the realisation that they have been set up as the fall guys and that the regulators will be soon knocking on the door. Maybe now would be a good time to seek independent legal advice( God how many times have we been told that from the authorities), yes if I was a broker I would be cutting a deal now.

  • doyla66
    doyla66 Monday, 03 June 2013

    Interesting how those banksters lied to the federal parliamentary inquiry & then blatantly stated "there's no systemic issues"! I wonder what prompted the rash of fixes to tighten things up when there were supposedly no problems? Those in elected power never fix something that is not broken. Yet we all know it is most definitely got many links with broken joints. ;) We also know the bandaids won't cover up the bloodloss that keep on happening. Roll on the the Royal Commission. It must be only a matter of time now. . .

  • doyla66
    doyla66 Monday, 03 June 2013

    Our broker left the industry and left the country. He saw it coming ...

  • doyla66
    doyla66 Monday, 03 June 2013

    United we stand, a force to be reckoned with, our grievances based in truth and evidence

    Bureaucrats like to manipulate information.
    Make it smaller or diminish it's importance and it gets pushed aside as less important.
    So does the advocate, lobbyist also get fobbed off or those with the evidence or complaint.
    Bureaucrats hope they will go away and let them get on with their jobs.
    Complainants are regarded as an interruption to their work, unless "handling" complaints (ha ha ASIC??) is designated as their job.
    Bureaucrats expand the size of an issue if it is in their interests and can be used to draw down additional money, increase their staff, make them or their department look good and enhance their reputation, for promotional purposes (more pay, more power.)
    Many career politicians work the same way: if it's big they have to do something about it, or try to distract the electorate.
    If it's small they can put it aside and maybe come back to it later if and when they have time, or the problem gets big enough to warrant immediate crisis response.
    Every person with a fraud loan, a bad bank or lender story, a grievance about the Australian lending industry should be showing their solidarity. I've found groups of similarly concerned citizens all over the internet in Australia. Maybe they didn't know BFCSA were doing such great work?

  • doyla66
    doyla66 Monday, 03 June 2013


    I believe they are trying to make it so hard that we will give up and go away. Will Denise at the helm we have the support and the energy to unite and bring these rogues to account. Go Denise most of us are behind you. Tell us what you will have us do to make this happen. They will be sorry!!

  • doyla66
    doyla66 Monday, 03 June 2013

    Suffice to say, reading some of the emails from Banks to brokers etc. It can been seen CLEARLY there was extremely loose lending practices. Which for one I am clearly a victim of.

    Will the "lending institutions" take it on the chin to accept responsibility and settle out of court. Or will they throw more money to fight it out in the courts.
    Will be interesting to hear other views.

    An angry victim with a voice and good keyboard skills.

  • doyla66
    doyla66 Monday, 03 June 2013

    What a read!!!!!! These listed events are what percentage of reality........let's call it 1% as that is a nice round number trotted out by ASIC, FOS, and any other body lying to the Senate or Parliament or any other party asking for the Truth.
    It's a real pity that I'm part of the 1% and we continue to suffer with two loans from two different banks: CBA and ANZ both doctored and we really enjoy being screwed to boot.
    Thanks Denise for your tireless work.
    I hope all those "Innocent" Banking Souls share our Joy now that their names and details are out there for all to admire their Work.
    Let us Pray that the Truth does Finally set us all Free !!!!!!!!

  • doyla66
    doyla66 Tuesday, 04 June 2013

    It's not the banks fault they didn't check anything to make sure everything on the LAF was true.
    They didn't have to according to FOS.
    It's the brokers them leave the banks alone!
    We don't care if you cant afford the loan , we will still lend you zillions.
    I's ok if your on a pension or struggling with debt up to your ears, here's some more..See how good we are
    to our customers.
    Besides ASIC is on our side, we don't have to care about anything

  • doyla66
    doyla66 Tuesday, 04 June 2013

    How do the Banks explain their approval of a loan without the LAF? What did they use for our details?
    Common FOS, get a grip. Statements like that bring the entire EDR system into disrepute.
    So if we dob in our brokers and they're found guilty of some breach, are we automatically out of our loans?
    Or do we have to all go to court to get that ratified? Not to mention all the appeals from the "risk free" credit imbued banks.
    That would take many years in our court system. All designed to put us off pursuing justice for our cases.
    Just remind me, which third world country and which century are we living in?

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