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TOPIC: Jeannie Pakula's case with Suzi Burge

Jeannie Pakula's case with Suzi Burge 1 year 4 months ago #4303

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Meeting with CBA 1st of March 2019

Catherine states: in the first instance I am sorry that there was maladministration, but what we did was complied with the FOS determination and we have put you back to the position that you would have been in......

Me: Choked on my own saliva...

Catherine states: I understand that the problem started with maladministration and we're really sorry for that and we shouldn't have got it wrong, so what we did was agreed with the FOS determination......

Me: Chocked on my own saliva again.....

Catherine states: What has happened to you in the first place, shouldn't have happened and we TRIED to fix it....

Well this is a major confession of a banker if ever I saw one..

My question is...if FOS got it wrong and their determination was never binding on me... letter from Treasury and a legal firm..... and I signed the determination 'under duress' and didn't date the document...... where does that leave everyone including the Courts... who could have and should have made a fair and reasonable determination in this matter....

AHHHH... 50 shades of Gray? or just plain BLACK and BLOODY WHITE!
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