06 – Bank admits securitisation of your Mortgage

John Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton – ie Lord Acton. (1834 – 1902)

“The issue which has swept down the centuries and which will have to be fought sooner or later is the people versus the banks.”

This is “public notice” most likely a fake – only a disgruntled banker would create it, however, it tells that banks do securitise the “loan” from your money you created via your signature on a promissory note.

Westpac public notice_on_securitisation_disclosure (1) (1)

A mortgage does not exist until the “borrower” signs and thus creates a promissory note for the bank to use against him, making him liable to honour the promissory note (he created) and pay the amount per month the bank had written on the note. Then in further fraud, you have now signed that you agree to the Bank becoming your power of attorney should you default so they can sell you up. Power of Attorney is supposed to always act in your interest. Something is a bit cock-eyed here. Yes, they gave you nothing, yet you have promised to pay them for the next 20 or 39 years. !!! This is deception in its worst form. Can we have them for not disclosing all the facts? They are supposed to give us full disclosure.