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An initiative of BFCSA (Inc) - Why not drop by soon?  What is your mortgage distress story? You are very welcome to share your experiences and "let it all out" (and it goes without saying, be civil and calm at the same time).  Actually, writing your own story at Mortgage Distress SOS could be great therapy for you, and at the same time, assist other Aussies who are facing similar challenges.   to check it out Click on this link
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Greg Medcraft is presiding over a basket case regulator.  He could well be the reason for the escalating high turn-over of staff at the Australian Securities and Investment Commission.  Decent people loathe having to work in a corrupted work environment.....they will simply move on.  Consumer complainants now realise that their cases are being dealt with in a slow manner but by "nice caring people" and then those people leave and another takes her/his place.  The complainant is told investigation into their case has to start all over again.  Shortly after its CASE CLOSED. My guess is there will be a mountain of submissions lodged with the soon to be opened Senate Inquiry into ASIC.  Submissions accepted after 8 July 2013. I have kept a library full of stupid response letters from ASIC to consumers and RECA, dating back to 1998.  We will be releasing those shortly as an additional Breaking News...
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  • doyla66
    doyla66 says #
    Greg Medcraft doesnt just need to be sacked but fined for his apathy.
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    doyla66 says #
    It sounds like you would do a great job. Plant a BFCSA member inside ASIC with wires. I can see you lasting a week at least, befor
  • doyla66
    doyla66 says #
    Thanks, Maria. I just thought I might make some pocket money and do some good at the same time. At least until ASIC is shut down .
  • doyla66
    doyla66 says #
    How hard is it to get a job at ASIC assessing these cases? What qualifications are needed for the job? Does anyone know? Are th
  • doyla66
    doyla66 says #
    Lisa, RBA/Treasury-headhunter's footnote; precursor-- "only mates of PM & 30bank$ters need apply", and have a nice day :-)
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DOZENS of investors have arrived at the Federal Court in Brisbane for a hearing into the collapse of Storm Financial. Storm's clients, many of them retirees and small investors, lost about $3.6 billion when the Townsville-based financial services company folded. The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) is pursuing two banks - Macquarie Bank and the Bank of Queensland - seeking compensation and orders for them to improve their standards. The ASIC recently made a deal with the Commonwealth Bank over the matter, guaranteeing a total of $270 million will be made available to customers who invested through Storm Financial. Investors have also launched a class action against two of the banks. The hearing is expected to run until the end of the year. Full Story...
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    Just which bank? was it who posted a profit of greater than $5 billion? Hmm - and they only settled for how much? Oh, that's right
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