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Ahhh, sex toys then
Right up your alley Trent, they are 'portable power tools'...
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Right up your alley Trent, they are 'portable power tools'...
Sound like it's your alley they're up
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Waiting not so patiently for an update. You know, if there is no update, we are going to think the absolute worst. e.g. renting a sex robot.
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Paid the ASIC search fee...waiting.
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Paid the ASIC search fee...waiting.
Out of your own pocket?

You could have set a GoFundMe page.

Heck, I would have chipped in a few cents.

Once you get the Director details you need to speak to a real estate friend who has access to RP Data.

With that you can do a search for their names and see what real estate they own.

Go knock on the door, etc.
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You said they were in Hardware.
Did you pay cash for the paint last month? Could be Something else you bought for renovating.
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You said they were in Hardware.
Did you pay cash for the paint last month? Could be Something else you bought for renovating.
Possibly John, 70 year old house, I've bought so much hardware I can't recall. I guess the point is: what's the use of electronic banking if the banks are colluding with their corporate customers to allow them to operate incognito.

If the poor punter wants to know where they spent their money it's $30+ per pop. It's dodgy, not transparent and deliberately elusive.

The purchases are probably genuine, it's the subterfuge that stinks.
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Dodgy Bank Practices

Aah EFTPOS, another example of the banks making it easier to get money from punters.

The trusty cheque book keeps all the details providing the stubs are filled out correctly.

Banks hate cheques and people who use branches, cause they have to employ humans to service their customers.
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Aah EFTPOS, another example of the banks making it easier to get money from punters.

The trusty cheque book keeps all the details providing the stubs are filled out correctly.

Banks hate cheques and people who use branches, cause they have to employ humans to service their customers.
I still have a cheque book, costs about 7.50 to write one. Yep every time I walk in they go out of their way to be as irritating as possible .
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I still have a cheque book, costs about 7.50 to write one. Yep every time I walk in they go out of their way to be as irritating as possible .
I used to love sending cheques to dopey companies with shitty accounting software that would bill you for two cents and the like. Been a while, 45 cent stamp to send a 2 cent cheque, maybe they were "cheque Washing" safer to send a coin, alas we don't have the copper anymore.
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