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What's my problem with the nab?
In the interests of fairness let me clarify the word "hate" in the name of the website.
Hate is a perfectly good emotion as far as emotions go; it lets us know there is something wrong.  When hate consumes us and makes us behave in a manner contrary to our own best interests things start to go wrong.
I would not waste such an honourable emotion on the corporate body known as the National Australia Bank.  I would not waste such a great emotion on the faceless men who make decisions which devastate the lives of ordinary Australians.
I would also like to mention that the largest audience of this website is reached by them typing a variation of "I hate the National Australia Bank" into Google.  So perhaps there is a lot to be said in favour of the name I hurriedly registered when we lost Summary Judgement last August. 
I'll be re-working this website over the next few months - for the time being the most important pages to view remain For Your Information - these are articles by Professor Evan Jones from Sydney University - very important information if you're a victim of bank malpractice.  Well, all the pages are important actually LOL.
Don't forget to pop over to the blog - I try to get something up every few days however with the scant coverage this bank malpractice gets in Australia there isn't always a lot of news to report.  Perhaps now that Italy has come out and said that its banks are run by the Mafia our authorities will be able to admit that here too we have a problem with one of our banks - although the National Australia Bank appears to be the mob!
Hopefully there will be a break in my story this week which will mean that finally I can put the whole messy/ugly story here so that finally everybody can understand what I'm banging on about. My story isn't a simple one but it is typical of the massive corruption perpetrated by the National Australia Bank.
 
 
Just to let you all know - I've been using WordPress for the blog - it's easier to update, looks neater and you can all comment (and using the ihatethenab.wordpress.com address also means I don't have to worry about hackers getting in ... that is a bit tedious.  It also means that on those rare occasions when the website is offline that you can still get the latest updates about what I'm up to :).
 
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Banking Law & its abuses

Just for starters though – when this started with the first default notices issued to us, I was told that banking law exists to protect the banks – NEWS FLASH – banking law exists to protect US from THEM; it’s just that they have so much money, power and influence that no-one can afford to stand up to them.  That’s just one thing I want to change, I want banking law to be accessible to us.  There are laws that govern what banks do but they just seem to get away with murder – the nab has survived many an investigation by ASIC even though they obviously did the wrong thing (follow the links, I wouldn’t put information on here that I can’t back up, & if they're not here today they should be by tomorrow, but google it if you like).
 
 

The principle of the thing

I hope you find the information provided here useful and that you don’t just assume that I am just an idiot who should have known better.  All I want is my day in court, I want the bank held accountable for their actions – they know the law, they know they overstepped the mark.
The original website rant can be found as a pdf.  You will need Adobe Reader to read it, download it for free here
 
This photo shows some of the documents relevant to our case - as someone who was once very involved with an environment committee all I can ask is "how many more trees have to die to prove this bank is corrupt?" (oh and the table is really big ... sigh)

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My online shop to raise money

To raise money for my law suit I have started an online store selling t-shirts, mugs etc.  As you can imagine fighting the bank is going to take a veritable truck load of money - but you gotta have a go; right?  Can't let them get away with fraud; misleading and deceptive conduct etc now can we?
If you'd prefer to donate money rather than buy something, (I only make about $1.50 on each item) I'd really appreciate it - I'd prefer to sell something but can understand that maybe you don't want to buy what I'm selling and might still like to support my quest.

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this page created 31st January 2010
page last updated 29th November 2010