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Tony Rigg Meets Bill Shorten .... & CBA will pay

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Published on Apr 24, 2017
Bill Shorten and CBA victim Tony Rigg fired a Royal Commission warning shot at the banks on Thursday night in Nowra. BRN friend Tony Rigg told Bill Shorten exactly what CBA did to his business and family. The CBA used every trick in the predatory banker's book - fraudulent & predatory lending, fake valuations, unjustifiable penalty interest rates, shadow ledgers, falsified paperwork, a crooked judiciary and of course - off loading stolen assets to mates at ridiculously low prices. On top of this - Nowra lost a valuable business that was employing hundreds of people. Financial system crimes have devastating consequences that spread right through our country.

This video shows it all along with Bill Shorten's response. It is a beaut - (thank you to the South Coast Register).

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    Published on Apr 24, 2017
    Bill Shorten and CBA victim Tony Rigg fired a Royal Commission warning shot at the banks on Thursday night in Nowra. BRN friend Tony Rigg told Bill Shorten exactly what CBA did to his business and family. The CBA used every trick in the predatory banker's book - fraudulent & predatory lending, fake valuations, unjustifiable penalty interest rates, shadow ledgers, falsified paperwork, a crooked judiciary and of course - off loading stolen assets to mates at ridiculously low prices. On top of this - Nowra lost a valuable business that was employing hundreds of people. Financial system crimes have devastating consequences that spread right through our country.

    This video shows it all along with Bill Shorten's response. It is a beaut - (thank you to the South Coast Register).

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