A Fairgo for the bank borrower

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A book about a fair go for the bank borrower.

“I was phoned one day by an IT executive, just after I had spoken to a farmer whose total crop proceeds had been seized by the bank. The IT expert had a similar problem. His bank account had also been frozen after a large deposit had been made into the account. The bank’s receiver took it all.”

So begins “The Winning Borrower”, the story of how one Sydney Chartered Accountant with a farming background became a “bank loan consultant” and took on the big banks to win a fair go for farmers all over Australia who were being constantly threatened with foreclosure, receivership or loans being called in.

Baseball bats to battle bank debt issues

In the process of negotiations, mediations and refinancing, he discovered the disturbing details of how banks lied, cheated and trapped the farmers in debt they could not clear without selling the farms. The author relates how untrustworthy banks have exploited customers since de-regulation in their quest for multi-billion-dollar profits. He takes a metaphorical baseball bat to the bankers because he has a passion for fairness as declared by Australia’s National Anthem. Some of his farmer clients ended up making more profit out of their loan settlements than out of farming.

Royal Commission investigates bank loan problems

The day the Prime Minister announced that there would definitely not be a Royal Commission into the banking industry, the author sent a Votergram to each one of the 225 Federal MPs decrying the decision. Within days the decision was reversed and the Royal Commission announced.

Author makes book free to farmers during March

“The Winning Borrower” 85 page e-book by this 4th generation farmer, Chartered Accountant and CPA , who became a bank loan consultant by accident, is available during March as a FREE e-book to help farmers all over Australia enjoy more profitable and secure farming.

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