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Devil rolla
14th May 2010, 01:45 PM
"An Australian law firm was amazed by the response as more than 1000 citizens an hour are signing up on what could be the biggest class action against banks in Australian history.

Maurice Blackburn, a law firm, and litigation funders International Monetary Fund (IMF) Australia through its subordinate company Financial Redress, will seek damages for “exception fees” amounted up to $5 billion that have been charged by Australian banks for six years.

Managing director James Middleweek of Financial Redress anticipate the action may reach up to 400,000 people and this might reach to a $600-800 million class action.

After the lawsuit was announced, more than 50,000 people signed up after 24 hours."

from:
Law firm amazed on 1000 registrations on class action against banks - International Business Times (http://au.ibtimes.com/articles/23588/20100514/law-firm-amazed-on-1000-registrations-on-class-action-against-banks.htm)

sign-up website:
Your Money was taken UNFAIRLY. Join us as we take the Banks to court to GET IT BACK (http://www.financialredress.com.au/)

icant
14th May 2010, 01:56 PM
You can expect trouble when Ethan Hunt gets involved.