Dick Banks

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Thursday 27th March 2014

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Dick Banks

10:33 AM, 28th March 2014, About 8 years ago

Mortgage Express instructed Valuations without my permission!

Reply to the comment left by "Neil Patterson" at "28/03/2014 - 09:30":


Great. Loving your energy and hearing you sing the sting.

How do you propose we bring the sting?

If it's good let's all get together?!

Does anyone fancy a bike ride to Westminster or UKAR wearing stripy tea shirts, black face masks and bowler hats?

Kind regards,

Dick Banks

ps. if it's cold we could wear trousers!... Read More

Dick Banks

8:19 AM, 28th March 2014, About 8 years ago

Mortgage Express instructed Valuations without my permission!

Reply to the comment left by "Mark Alexander" at "28/03/2014 - 07:11":

Hi Mark,

What gets me is the naivety of many and the way we British put up with the treatment dished out by the Banks. I feel people using your site are just beginning to wake up to the fact that they are being robbed. If their properties are being taken people hide behind shame and are overwhelmed. The problem is we moan, there is no decisive action. We are appeased by the odd pyrrhic victory on how a few charges have been paid back to the vulnerable. Or a bit of PPI has been paid back. This whole picture is much, much bigger. 10's of Billions are being stolen. It's okay to complain.

The truth is the vulnerable are the hard working middle classes that have spent their time working building businesses and pensions through property portfolio's . The bankers vilify these people in order to take their equity and to reduce their own balance sheets. These people are workers and do not have the time or the financial might to fight against the imbalance. Have a look at UKAR's Annual reports. They are looking to reduce their balance sheet. That means your loan Mr borrower is going! This lot are the Treasury's Henchmen. Every UKAR (NRAM) and other Treasury run banking customer owning property is a sitting duck!

There is an imbalance of power and they have sewn up the process, you cannot win on your own. The only way of winning is collectively making a stand and creating publicity.

I urge people to smell the coffee and remove your heads from the sand before you lose everything you have worked for!

Don't take this as a rant look up LPA receivership this is an archaic law designed to circumnavigate the Court process to take your properties. The poor tenants always get evicted too. UKAR are looking at every breach, whether your 10 seconds late on a payment, have let to housing benefit tenants, are in dispute of a service charge and not paid, have a friend as a tenant you are in breach. There are many, many other tricks they use too. One of these breaches is all they need to start the LPA process. The truth is their loans have issues and this is why they need to deflect their problem. Do not be fooled by their offer of new terms. Sign these, sneeze and you'll be in breach!

Tip.... Record every conversation with any Treasury bank
Do not let UKAR come to see you. They are looking for weakness and breach and will eventually take your property!

These banks are in trouble not you!

Note bank shareholders were also robbed at Penpoint.

Hopefully this site can become a conduit to people. I commend your site and class action. Keep up the good work!... Read More

Dick Banks

0:28 AM, 28th March 2014, About 8 years ago

Mortgage Express instructed Valuations without my permission!

Reply to the comment left by "Chris Green" at "19/03/2014 - 13:34":

I really think there is a lot of fuss about nothing. Financial institutions that are Treasury owned need to reduce their balance sheets. They are doing a great job.

It is inevitable that in order to reduce these balance sheets borrowers are going to be treated unfairly and tenants will be evicted. It's all in the name of the taxpayer!

As Lawrence Tomlinson reported many small viable businesses are also collapsed by Treasury owned banks. Don't worry the banks are ok!

There is nothing unfair about Buy to let mortgages not being regulated. There is nothing unfair about LPA receivers not being regulated and there is certainly nothing unfair about anything Treasury Banks do. It's all in the name of the Taxpayer.

You can always complain to the FCA. They report to the Treasury don't you know! It's all above board!... Read More