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Rebuttal and Unenforceable Contract

We refer to:

BANK AUSTRALIA LIMITED (“bank”)

ABN 21 087 651 607

ACN 087 651 607

Australian Credit Licence No. 238431

 

Damien Walsh acting as the Managing Director acting for and on the behalf the “bank”

Anne-Marie Corboy acting as the Director acting for and on the behalf the “bank”

Rowan Dowland acting as the Chief Strategy Officer acting for and on the behalf the “bank”

Louise O’Brien acting as the Chief Financial Officer acting for and on the behalf the “bank”

John Yardley acting as the Deputy Chief Financial Officer acting for and on the behalf the “bank”

Sonya Clancy acting as the Chief People Officer acting for and on the behalf the “bank”

Brad Jordon acting as the Chief Operating Officer acting for and on the behalf the “bank”

Patrick Ashkettle acting as the Chief Risk Officer acting for and on the behalf the “bank”

David Wakeley acting as the Non Executive Director acting for and on the behalf the “bank”

 

We Crown are aware that any changes are required to be notify with consideration for us to reply within the timely manner and as the “bank” implements these contract changes the same day as receiving the e-mail dated 1st July 2022 is unacceptable business practices and

We Crown have formally notified the “bank” of our rebuttal of the “bank” e-mail dated 1st July 2022 as follows:

“bank” Credit – the management of credit, credit eligibility requirements and the type of information collected (to comply with new Comprehensive Credit Reporting requirements)

The “bank” has [f]ailed to surrender the Product Disclosure Form and

The “bank” has [f]ailed and breach pursuant to the Corporations Act 2001 section 1013C and 1013D and 1013E and

The “bank” has [f]ailed and breach pursuant to the 2020 Banking Code Practice (“code”) points 8 and 13 and 17 and 20 and

 

“bank” Personal information – the types of third parties we share information with and the methods we may use to collect personal information

We are covered by the Privacy Act 1988 and we do not consent to this non transparent system the “bank” is trying to enforce upon Crown and

 

“bank” Financial hardship – the type of financial hardship information we may collect from customers

We do not authorise the “bank” to release our private information to ANY third party interloper/s and reserve the right not to surrender our private financial and/or non-financial information to the “bank” and/or third party interloper/s pursuant to the Privacy Act 1988 and

 

“Bank” Credit reporting – we’ve added a business called Illion to our list of credit reporting bodies

We do not consent to ANY third party interloper/s that the “bank” engages with related to Crown private information pursuant to the Privacy Act 1988 and

 

All rights reserved without prejudice U.C.C §1-308

Without frivolous and vexatious