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The Stress of all this has caused me to have a Heart Attack thanks to CBA & Adelaide Bank

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This time last week I was in Prince Charles Hospital, Brisbane. I had been rushed there by Ambulance after suffering a major heart attack. Even though I am now on the mend I fear one of the contributing factors that brought this on, STRESS is going to be the one thing Iam not going to be able to control while all this is going on with the CBA and Adelaide Banks. Not only do i have to worry now about were my next pay check is coming from (owner Driver) but how do I pay for anything after the money runs out??? I really think there is an easy way out of all this, but only easy for me. For my healths benefit I have to step away from this for a while until I get on my feet again, feeling pretty beat up right now with little to no direction.

 

Rob Hunter

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  • doyla66
    doyla66 Saturday, 29 March 2014

    Yep, that is the sort of stress and pressure which causes extreme health issues. The problem is how do you let go when you know you have been duped. I had to attend court whilst my husband was in the Alfred Hospital having open heart surgery. Nab thought it would be a good idea that whilst I was in Melbourne with my husband I may as well attend Supreme court, so they could get their dirty work over and done with. I did manage to get a 2 week deferment with a struggle, having to provide hospital admittances, doctors stuff etc. You can imagine having to do this as well as get organised for Melbourne. Country people with a 3.5 hour trip to Melbourne. Yes the stress and anguish sure gets at you. !!!!!

  • doyla66
    doyla66 Sunday, 30 March 2014

    Sorry to hear of your heart attack Robert. Hope you make a full recovery. I know that's not easy with all this going on.

  • doyla66
    doyla66 Sunday, 30 March 2014

    Duped

    Sorry to hear of your health problems Robert, this is hard on everyone in our position. Hang in mate sooner or later these despicable banksters will get theirs and I want to be around when it happens.

  • doyla66
    doyla66 Sunday, 30 March 2014

    I'm so sorry Robert to hear of your sickness and trauma. Stay as strong and as positive as you can....i know that it's easier said than done. We are getting there and soon we are going to swap places with those thieving parasites.

  • doyla66
    doyla66 Monday, 31 March 2014

    We're thinking of you, Robert, in your distress. Take it easy and get some good help if you're doing your case - it can really reduce your personal stress level. We are all going to win this together, one way or another. :)

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