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BFCSA investigates fraud involving lenders, spruikers and financial planners worldwide.  Full Doc, Low Doc, No Doc loans, Lines of Credit and Buffer loans appear to be normal profit making financial products, however, these loans are set to implode within seven years.  For the past two decades, Ms Brailey, President of BFCSA (Inc), has been a tireless campaigner, championing the cause of older and low income people around the Globe who have fallen victim to banking and finance scams.  She has found that people of all ages are being targeted by Bankers offering faulty lending products. BFCSA warn that anyone who has signed up for one of these financial products, is in grave danger of losing their home.

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Labor to review the regulators - again Australian Financial Review Jul 24 2017 11:45 PM Phillip Coorey   EXCLUSIVE  Soaring household debt and the rapidly increasing disruption of financial services have spurred Labor to expand its promised royal commission into banks to incorporate yet another extensive review of the financial regulators. Less than three years since the release of the Financial System Inquiry, chaired by David Murray, shadow treasurer Chris Bowen says the scale of change over that time to both the powers of the regulators and their remit warranted another "stocktake". While Labor's royal commission would still have a strong focus on bank behaviour, it would also be a "prudent and timely examination of our financial regulation architecture", Mr Bowen will tell the Financial Services Council leaders' summit in Sydney on Tuesday. Mr Bowen cited three "compelling" reasons for the new look at the financial service regulator, the Australian Prudential...
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    FOR GODS SAKE HURRY UP AND DO SOMETHING LABOR!!!!!!! I am DYING here. This is destroying my family. This has almost destroyed m
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FARMERS FIGHT BACK AGAINST THE URSURY OF THE BANKS  - Jim from NSW   Paying interest on a debt, $60 000 per year at one stage, we have a situation akin to, borrow a million dollars, pay a million dollars, still owe a million dollars. This is ludicrous, predatory and usurious. Upon reading the land newspaper, two excellent articles by John Carter, under the headings of “Gods of Finance bank on Poverty, Debt” (January 12, 2017) and “Pillars of banking are Failing Australia” (May 25, 2017), where he refers to “They (the banks) have been granted the privilege of creating credit”. My research shows this to be absolutely true. There are many quotes from prominent people to test attest to this fact. • “The process by which banks create money is so simple the mind is repelled” (John Kenneth Gailbraith). • “The modern banking system manufacture money out of nothing. The process is...
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bs6Xcr81Mrc   21 July 2017 - The CEC Report - The big lie in housing / Turnbull's ministry of terrorism   21 July 2017 - The CEC Report - The big lie in housing / Turnbull's ministry of terrorism www.youtube.com 1. Supply and demand is the big lie that is about to crash Australia's house prices and banks 2. Turnbull's Home Affairs ministry brings UK terrorism to Aust...   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bs6Xcr81Mrc ...
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Consent_Withdrawn - Posted on Tuesday, July 25, 2017     BFCSA Member   Distortion is the name of the game. Politicians Protecting Banker and Bank devised INEQUALITY must be outed. Why does a bank even have a right to profit from risk borne solely by the "borrower", and why should the "borrower" be required to create three to four times the value of what was "lent"in order to satisfy a contract with terms beyond their power to negotiate - by parasitic businesses which steal thirty billion a year from citizens of in this country alone whilst contributing absolutely nothing of real value?! Where is the sense in that idea? Bankers have created a bloody Casino and it's destroying people's lives their security and well being, and even worse, most people are misinformed by these criminals so badly that they actually think there's some integrity in these arrangements. Numbers don't lie, and these...
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And 1million Australian properties are vacant?  Could tell stories involving investment properties and VISA rorting that would make your hair curl!   Melbourne rents: $150 a bed ads raise concerns of overcrowding and exploitation Christina ZhoutwitterDomain Reporter Jul 23, 2017 https://www.domain.com.au/news/melbourne-rents-150-a-bed-ads-raise-concerns-of-overcrowding-and-exploitation-20170720-gxf3uv/ Online advertisements are blatantly asking tenants to pay $150 a week to squeeze into a two-bedroom city apartment with seven others.  A profiteering operator could potentially pocket $1200 a week from a set up like this – triple Melbourne’s median unit rent.  The exorbitant asking price for a bed, typically in a shared furnished room, raises concerns about overcrowding and exploitation of international students.  Despite a Fairfax Media investigation into illegal high-rise rooming houses two years ago, many properties with rooms occupied by up to four people continue to fly under the radar of regulators. Source: Gumtree Experts are calling for the state and local governments to ramp up their...
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    A million to live somewhere that cold? Only if I can have it in a lump sum payment and move somewhere warmer after a year B)
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Sums it up.....our regulators are part of the Chickenshit Club!   Did The US Government Stop Caring About White Collar Crime? By David Sirota 07/20/17 AT 12:34 PM   http://www.ibtimes.com/political-capital/did-us-government-stop-caring-about-white-collar-crime-2567419 In 2008 Wall Street banks created a financial crisis that incinerated the economy. It was only a few years after the Justice Department had aggressively prosecuted Enron and Arthur Anderson, and so many folks expected similar prosecutions of financial executives, especially because Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama promised to “bring a new era of responsibility and accountability to Wall Street.” But as recounted in a new podcast with Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Jesse Eisinger, it never happened. Eisinger has just released a new book called “The Chickenshit Club: Why the Justice Department Fails to Prosecute Executives.” It tracks how a furious pressure campaign by corporate America fundamentally changed the culture of the Justice Department. Instead of going after executives who commit white...
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    We have a few chickenshit senators who we could do without here too. CROSS THE FLOOR OR GO HOME FULL ROYAL COMMISSION NOOOOOOOOO
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Big business influence wanes as public rejects 'bizonomics' Ross Gittens 24 July 2017 http://www.theage.com.au/business/comment-and-analysis/big-business-influence-wanes-as-public-rejects-bizonomics-20170722-gxgli1.html The collapse of the "neoliberal consensus" is as apparent in Oz as it is in Trump's America and Brexitting Britain, but our big-business people are taking a while to twig that their power to influence government policy has waned. Their trouble is the way the era of micro-economic reform initiated by the Hawke-Keating government in the 1980s eventually degenerated into "bizonomics" – the pseudo-economic belief that what's good for big business is good for the economy. Part of this is the belief that when you privatise a government-owned business, or outsource the delivery of government services to for-profit providers – when you move economic assets and activity from the "public" column to the "private" column – you've self-evidently raised economic efficiency and wellbeing. These days, following the degeneration to bizonomics, making industry more competitive means granting concessions...
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    proportional representation ain't what it used to be.
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Skippy, the Aussie Fudging Income Computer - skipping over the facts, exported to the US in 2006? So What Is an Australian Mortgage? By Kate Bourland Services for Real Estate Pros with Marketing with Kate 1 November 2007 http://activerain.com/blogsview/258297/what-is-an-australian-mortgage-   November 01, 2007 07:34 AM Over the past year a new phenomenon has hit the the United States from the world Down Under.  It's called an Australian Mortgage and refers to a financial strategy that's been used in the Australian and European markets for many years.  The purpose of the Australian Mortgage is to decrease the amount of interest that you pay on a mortgage while increasing the amount of principal that you pay towards the mortgage.  The net effect is that you can own your home free and clear in 1/3 to 1/2 the time it would take to pay of a traditional 30 year mortgage.  If used properly homeowners...
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    Distortion is the name of the game. Why does a bank even have a right to profit from risk borne solely by the "borrower", and why
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    All we ever needed was an honest system run by honest people. Pity that we couldn't have either.
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Two tier real estate markets in Queensland - This Report goes back to 1998 when we were warning ASIC of this with our own detailed reports on the Mechanics of Two Tiered marketing and released by main stream media. TWO TIERED SCAM involving Banks in 1998. Report on an investigation conducted for the Queensland Office of Fair Trading.  Two tier markets can be defined as those where the one property can at the same time have two wildly divergent values, depending on how and to whom property is sold. What are referred to as two tier markets have a high price tier which is achieved when specialist organisations and techniques are used to market properties to persons normally residing somewhere remote from the market.   The argument that valuers are responsible for the fiction of a two tier market is disproved by the so called third tier market – where investors...
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Shorten confirms push on trusts, four-year terms Australian Financial ReviewJul 23 2017 6:34 PM Laura Tingle   Opposition Leader Bill Shorten will detail a Labor clampdown on trusts and other tax minimisation vehicles available to high-income earners next weekend as part of a wider bid to set the political agenda. Mr Shorten confirmed the push against trusts on Sunday as he also signalled he would push for a referendum on four-year terms for Parliament to be held at the next election as he sought to regain the policy initiative lost to the government with the federal budget. Asked if family trusts – estimated to hold about $3 trillion – were in Labor's sights for reform, Mr Shorten said trusts had sound legal protection. "But I've made it very clear that I do have a principle and that is we should have one tax system for all," he said on the ABC's...
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Foreign new apartment buyers to more than halve, Master Builders forecasts show Australian Financial Review Jul 23 2017 8:00 PM Michael Bleby   Foreign buyer-funded new apartments will more than halve in the three years from their peak last year to 2019, latest forecasts by MBA show. While foreign investment in detached housing is also likely to take a hit as local banks cut back funding to overseas buyers, and the effect of higher surcharges and taxes levied by state governments take effect, the biggest effect will be on apartments, where commencements of new units supported by foreign purchases will fall from the rolling 12-monthly peak of 48,251 in June last year to 23,304 in June 2019, the building lobby group's latest Industry Forecasts Australia June 2017 report shows. "Foreign investor activity is expected to fall considerably in the next two years as recent moves by the commonwealth government and by...
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CHARLES PONZI WOULD BE SMILING AT AUSTRALIA WITH ITS PUMP AND DUMP BANKERS   In Australia they are called RMBS Residential Mortgage Backed Securities. (USA calls them MBS). In 2012 8th August (2pm) I asked Senators "what percentage of the Tranches were Low Docs (ie Toxic Interest Only)?" Banks suggested 10% which I knew was false. More like 60% as Adelaide Bank chief admitted in 2004. In 2012 Banking Post GFC Inquiry, I warned the Government "Govt cannot ought not to profit from a fraud." It is not the mortgage that is securtised in Australia it is the INCOME STREAM.   This means the fraud is affecting the INVESTORS in the RMBS packs, who are unaware that many of the borrowers are on low incomes and pensions. The payments are being paid from more DEBT: LOCs Top Ups, Buffer's, Personal and Split Loans (ie not from income). Borrowers are paying...
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    The difference between convictions and conditionings is the degree of scrutiny to which either will hold up.
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    Very few people (with extremely strong minds) have really been able to come to grips with the reality which we all face. Nobody i
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    We punish victimless crimes, and tempt corrupt politicians into drafting legislation which removes protections for the vulnerable.
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    I firmly believe that we are all in this mess because we keep declaring certain questions too difficult (and the more difficult th
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Prime Minister quietly issues warning on house prices!!!     Jason Murphy THE Prime Minister has issued a quiet warning to Australians investing in housing that they cannot continue to assume house prices will only go up. “Clearly you need to remember that asset price movements go in two directions,” Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said after a speech to an economics conference this week. In particular, this is relevant to housing. “It has been a pretty good one-way bet for a long time — but it is going to be important for people to be prudent.” Mr Turnbull made the comments alongside an observation that interest rates have risen for many borrowers. Interest rates are a big factor in the housing market. The lower the interest rate, the more you can borrow from the bank and the more you can pay for a house. Australians have borrowed a lot, and for...
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    Come everybody put your security and your sanity on the line in Mal's Casino! The house always wins so you know they're blokes yo
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Super reform package will increase APRA's enforcement powers Australian Financial ReviewJul 20 2017 11:45 PM Tony Boyd   EXCLUSIVE  The prudential regulator will be given sweeping new powers to intervene in the governance of the $460 billion default superannuation sector as part of a package of reforms that will increase the scrutiny of fund trustees. The reforms, being released by the federal government next week, include a new "outcomes test" forcing the trustees of MySuper default funds to make an annual written determination as to whether the financial interests of members are being promoted by their trustees. The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority will be given new powers to refuse or cancel the authority of a regulated MySuper entity if APRA determines it has failed to comply with its obligations. This new test will allow APRA to more closely scrutinise the performance of MySuper funds against their stated investment objectives. It should...
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Why 60 Minutes stitched up the Commonwealth Bank Australian Financial Review Jul 20 2017 8:13 PM Aaron Patrick   Ross Coulthart couldn't have been more scathing. The Commonwealth Bank of Australia's "breathtaking arrogance" had reached a new low, the 60 Minutes reporter told one million viewers last Sunday.  In an authoritative but pained baritone, Coulthart laid out his case: Australia's biggest bank shoved money at a family-loving, job-creating battler from Cairns, Roy Lavis. When faceless city executives ditched him - on a dime with no fair reason - Lavis was forced into a fire sale that broke his company, CEC Group. "Roy's business was so prosperous the Commonwealth Bank threw money at him and encouraged him to expand," Coulthart said on the show. "Everyone was a winner. Until the bank changed its mind." There is one problem with Coulthart's tale: it doesn't seem to be true. The stakes are far higher...
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APRA lifts bank equity target to 10.5pc for 'unquestionably strong' benchmark Australian Financial Review Jul 19 2017 11:44 AM James Eyers, James Frost   The prudential regulator has lifted the target for major Australian banks' equity capital ratio to "at least 10.5 per cent" - up from the level of common equity tier 1 capital (CET1) of around 9.5 per cent as of December - in order to meet the "unquestionably strong" benchmark set down by the financial system inquiry. This will require the banks to raise billions of dollars of additional equity, although this may be able to be achieved by building more equity organically via retained earnings rather than conducting equity capital market raisings. Bank stocks rallied hard on the news. APRA will also consult with the market later in the year on new prudential standards including potential changes to the framework for risk weightings for mortgages that will...
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OPENING STATEMENT –  Senate Inquiry into Lending for Primary Production Customers.   DENISE L BRAILEY, President of the Banking and Finance Consumers Support Association (Inc) 19th July, 2017  Perth WA. My Research into Australian Mortgage Fraud during the past 17 years has led me to conclude:   the Frauds and manipulated data, found on thousands of Loan Applications forms are a key indicator of the existence of a CONTROL FRAUD, engineered by well-known Lenders.   Australia is now recorded as having the second highest HOUSEHOLD DEBT in the World.  The amount of Subprime Interest Only loans being sold per annum (85% by our Major Banks) has grown to more than $139 billion per annum.  The total mortgage loan books are reported as being $1.7 Trillion and rising.  The collective evidence of our members who include Farmers and “asset rich and income poor” ARIPs, are described by Banks as “The Target Market,” those...
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    All low doc subprime fake loan claim actions should be frozen as well, and all homes repossessed because of them should be returne
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Farm lending wounds to be exposed in Perth   farmonline.com.au18 Jul 2017, 8:35 p.m. Colin Bettles   FARMERS and farm representatives from diverse backgrounds are set to deliver potentially contentious evidence at the Senate Select Committee’s inquiry into bank lending practices, at tomorrow’s hearing in Perth. Former One Nation Senator and WA farmer Rod Culleton, who was disqualified from federal parliament earlier this year after being elected last July, is listed to give what could be explosive testimony at the public forum. His inquiry submission has now been published, highlighting debt issues experienced through his farm business at Williams, which he and his family were forced off in 2013, which he alleges was due to the sale of the Landmark rural loans book to ANZ Bank. The inquiry was formalised in February by the Senate and is being chaired by One Nation Queensland Senator Malcolm Roberts. Senator Roberts will lock horns...
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RBA sets 3.5pc as new normal for official cash rate Australian Financial ReviewJul 18 2017 7:59 PM Jacob Greber   The Reserve Bank of Australia looks to be shifting tentatively towards ending more than four years of emergency monetary policy support, putting households on notice it has pegged 3.5 per cent as the new normal for the cash rate, equivalent to eight rate hikes above today's level. The move, which sent the dollar rocketing above US79¢ for the first time in more than two years, crunched bank stocks and triggered a bond market sell-off, implies mortgage rates would hit 7.25 per cent, adding close to $5000 in annual repayments to a $300,000 loan. It brings the central bank closer to echoing the more hawkish stance of policy makers in the US, Canada, Britain and Europe in recent weeks. Minutes of the July meeting, published on Tuesday, noted falling unemployment, increased government...
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Malcolm Turnbull clashes with corporate Australia Australian Financial Review Jul 18 2017 11:30 PM Phillip Coorey   EXCLUSIVE  The Turnbull government's strained relationship with corporate Australia has come under more duress following some heated exchanges between the Prime Minister and the nation's leading chief executives at a private dinner in Sydney on Monday night. Multiple sources, all speaking on the condition of anonymity, have told The Australian Financial Review that while there was mutual recognition that both sides needed each other and a genuine desire to be constructive, Malcolm Turnbull upbraided the business leaders for not helping out more with donations and generally not being more vocal in advocating the government's agenda. This invited complaints from the corporate leaders that much of the government's agenda was not friendly to them. One CEO listed as examples the imposition of the bank tax, the implementation of changes to section 46 of the Competition...
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DENISE BRAILEY to give evidence to Senators Inquiry re Lending to Primary Production Customers.   10.55 - 11.40am Weds 19th July at Mecure Hotel, 10 Irwin Street, Perth.   Rodney Culleton on at 11.50am.   See WITNESS schedule here starting at 8.15am: http://www.aph.gov.au/Parliamentary_Business/Committees/Senate/Lending_to_Primary_Production_Customers/LendingPrimaryProducion/Public_Hearings   The sessions will be an audio broadcast. ...
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    Let's hope this is the beginning of the turning of the tide.
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Roy Lavis is a decent hardworking Aussie bloke and a real life hero. Why? He stood up to the Thieves who inhabit the upper floors of the Commonwealth Bank. "Narev Nofriends" sits in his luxurious tower, busy counting his bonuses and running his PONZI Financing Empire. His only visitors and adoring fans are Turnbull and ScoMo. All three masters of the universe care not one jot for the people in the streets below, who innocently enter his Bank to be screwed..........Then along comes ROY. Roy Lavis decided to tell his own story of Bank Bastardry on 60 Minutes last night. As a provider of significant numbers of jobs he made his mark in running his significant businesses. Narev would ensure he was a prime target for offering more and more debt to ensure he eventually toppled over from the sheer weight of bank "asset-stripping" practices. Then came the STING: the devaluing...
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    Law is founded upon MAXIMS OF EQUITY.
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    It's not just the banks, but EVERY level of government is accountable for the carnage being inflicted on honest people!! It's tim
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    If I ever get my hands on one of you slimy mongrels, I am going to turn you inside out. LITERALLY.
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    ...and you bank bastards, WE ARE COMING TO RIP YOUR HEADS OFF.
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    Everyone else involved in this bullshit needs to learn a basic lesson about common decency. I don't care how important you want t
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Banks told to sign up to forex deal or be shunned The Australian 12:00am July 17, 2017 David Rogers, Andrew White   Banks that fail to sign up to a new global code of conduct for the $6.6-trillion-a-day foreign exchange market will be barred from dealing with central banks as well as with other signatories to the voluntary code, according to the man who spearheaded its development, Reserve Bank deputy governor Guy Debelle. In an exclusive interview with The Australian, Mr Debelle said he was confident banks had begun improving their behaviour, even before the code came into effect, and that the dark days since the global financial crisis were over. “The main message is ... that the code is out there now and we expect people in the market to start adhering to it pretty shortly and sign up to the statement of commitment,” he said. “But I would say...
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Spotlight shines on shadow banking The Australian 12:00am July 17, 2017 Michael Roddan   Tough new powers for the prudential regulator to target the shadow finance sector will allow it to slap new rules on individual non-banks, the entire industry, or “specified” classes of lenders, as part of a crackdown on potential sources of instability in the financial system. The Turnbull government will today release draft legislation for consultation on its budget commitment to give the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority new powers over the activities of non-bank lenders. Currently APRA only has powers to regulate authorised deposit-taking institutions, which look after customer money that has been deposited with a lender. The shadow banking sector has remained outside the scope of the regulator, even in cases where the sector may be materially undermining the strength of the financial system. APRA has launched several new measures aimed at limiting excessive lending in the...
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    Can't lose the plot if you never had it in the first place. Morriscum and co are A Grade MORONS.
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The Senate Select Committee on Lending to Primary Production Customers will be holding a public hearing in Perth on Wednesday, 19 July 2017. The committee wishes to invite you to give evidence at the hearing from 10.55am to 11.45am.   The PUBLIC hearing will be held at Mercure Perth, WA located on 10 Irwin Street.   Let’s go after these Banks once again…………..re Farmers re Agricultural or domestic loans – so many toxic loans.     NO MORE SECRETS:  We will have an opportunity to at least expose "the mechanics" of this evil style of lending.   Like you, I am sick of  “yet another Inquiry”, yet I feel the Roberts Inquiry is an opportunity to bring out the full mechanics of the fraud. We need  ROYAL COMMISSION INTO BANKING SECTOR. My appearance and being questioned by the Senators means: you can then a few days later read the transcripts in Hansard.  Denise...
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    GO BFCSA! Rip Up the currrent Banking system...needs the shredder
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