Justice for Blind Farmer

by | Aug 24, 2016 | Despatch

A Good Banking Story

Two executives from National Australia Bank drove from Melbourne to northern Victoria this week to personally apologise to a customer who had been overcharged.

On August 9, it was revealed in michaelwest.com.au that a blind farmer from rural Victoria had been charged 28 per cent on his mortgage by NAB. The resolution was swift and clean. By lunchtime that day, NAB had contacted us and said a settlement had been made with the farmer and apologies given.

Roger Gaudion from NAB, Source : The Land

Roger Gaudion from NAB, Source : The Land

On Monday this week, Roger Gaudion, NAB’s head of agribusiness for Victoria and regional agribusiness manager Lloyd Neilson drove four hours to the customer’s farm in the north of the state and apologised personally to the bank’s customer.

Well done NAB.

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Michael West

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Michael West established michaelwest.com.au to focus on journalism of high public interest, particularly the rising power of corporations over democracy. Formerly a journalist and editor at Fairfax newspapers and a columnist at News Corp, West was appointed Adjunct Associate Professor at the University of Sydney’s School of Social and Political Sciences. You can follow Michael on Twitter @MichaelWestBiz.

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