Saturday, October 5, 2013


This is an over whelming story of the Watts' family's fight to seek justice with supporting evidence against a Bendigo Bank Manager (Christine Frankham) who used her position and trust to take advantage of their elderly mother, Yolanda Hutton.

Full Article:
Bendigo Bank (Christine Frankham): This will not go away!!!

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Bendigo Banksters said...

This is a classic case of Elderly Financial Abuse by a Guardian/Guardians that actually degenerated into much, much worse situation.

The Bendigo Bank has NOT been forthcoming with the truth or information in relation to this matter to date, despite there appears to be at least two victims and Ms. Frankham is still employed by the Bendigo Bank.

The NSW Guardianship Tribunal appointed both Christine Frankham and a Paid Caregiver Susan Bogaard as Mrs. Hutton's Guardians and Financial Managers, this was done in complete contradiction to the NSW Guardianship Act as neither where eligible people to hold such a positions under the Guardianship Act.

As usual there is a highly suspicious Attorney (Solicitor) involved Peter Hedley Wood, just as are seeing here in the USA.

The question needs to be asked is the Bank Protecting Ms. Frankham who had a huge conflict of interest or is the Bendigo Bank protecting it's self and the system of an intertwined Financial Industry with the whole Guardianship and Trustee Industry.

Fortunately the suspected perpetrators left a treasure trove of evidence behind, which as we know is highly unusual and an opportunity that must be capitalized on by the Police and other Authorities both State and Federal.

The is just the tip of the Iceberg in what is becoming obviously a Worldwide problem, that is trying to be swept under the rug by Financial Institutions and Governments alike.

Bank Vitims said...

We have investigated many cases of Bank Fraud both here in Australia and in the USA, this one must be on of the worse that we have come across in the way of human terms yet. With none of our team being able to get to the bottom of it, we know that the bendigo bank has something to hide but we just can't figure out what it is and why.

Anonymous said...

It's happening globally.

Bewareofbanks said...

My nemesis in guardianship abuse was a bank. They liquidated my loved ones stock accounts and re-invested them in low paying, low maintenance accounts ----- in their own bank. And of course, that was A-OK with the judge as was everything the Bank/Guardian did.

StandUp said...

I guess what gets me most of all is how rampant and bold this type of elder abuse is and yet the perps (in this case the bank) goes on with business as usual.

It's ridiculous and certainly outrageous!

Norma said...

Praying for this family and all the families of guardianship abuse.

Bendigo Banksters said...

Rarely do we have such a well documented case of Elderly Financial Abuse that also appears to have been the gateway to other forms of Elder Abuse being perpetrated, as we do in the case of Yolanda Hutton who was a Customer of the Bendigo Bank and a client of Christine Frankham.

We also appear to actually have the prima facie case against the Bendigo Bank and its Management for aiding and abetting Christine Frankham and in turn her co-conspirators, this is a prime opportunity that appears to be lost on Attorney General and Minster for Justice Greg Smith to use existing laws to prosecute these perpetrators.

The failure to prosecute Christine Frankham and her co-conspirators, including the Management of Bendigo Bank would be a lost opportunity and a Travesty of Justice, Attorney General and Minster for Justice Greg Smith is turning his back on Seniors and the 47% of the Electorate of Mandatory Voters that supported his Party in the last State Election.

As Seniors and Retiree Associations start to look at this case and ask the question of why was there not an arrest and why the old excuse has been used of the victim being too old or too ill to make a good witness for the stand is still being used to fail to protect Elderly Senior Victims, the present NSW Government and its Ministers of Parliament (MP’s) should be worried.

The people of NSW and Australia should be asking themselves who owns there Government, is it the People or the Banks and Financial Institutions and with the next election for NSW less than 18 months away the pendulum of politics can swing the other way, as confidence in the present Government and the Criminal Justice System heads in the opposite direction.

honeybear said...

The greed is everywhere.

Anonymous said...

An unethical guardian can do so much damage without anyone being aware since they do not have to give a detailed accounting to the family.

Finny said...

This report was well done and clearly unmasked the culprits.

Jason said...

Keep up your strength, Watts family. Don't ever give up!

Sam said...

I bet Christine Frankham's Mother would be embarrassed and disappointed in her daughter if she saw this video.

Mary said...

Banks have deep pockets and they will use them to cover up their wrongful actions. Never, ever give up!

Mary said...

This just looks like old fashion Bank Fraud to me, there is nothing that a Bank won't do to cover up their tracks.

Tony Hutton said...

Words can not express how much the Hutton-Watts Family Appreciates all of the support that the NASGA has shown towards us and our Battle with Injustice, Discrimination and Corruption.

This is just one case amongst millions worldwide of Elderly Financial Exploration and Guardian Embezzlement or Abuse, that happen each and ever year.

We all need to fight them until "Hell Freezes Over, then we will Fight them on the ICE", because if we don't it will never stop and the problem will only get worse as time goes by.

adam said...

The family really appreciates your comments. this situation is terrible and the Bendigo bank and Christine frankham need to be held to account.

Amanda said...

I can't believe what I have just seen on the video and read on the website, what is wrong with this bank here in Australia, Frankham should have been fired on the spot and arrested by the police already..???

Mike said...

This is just no way to treat seniors the poor elderly old lady was in her 90's with Alzheimer dementia, the daughter and son-law are in there 70's.

Don't they have bank examiners in Sydney, Australia to go though the bendigo bank books..?? or

Senior citizens should be withdrawing their money out in protest if not for their own safety against this bendigo bank.

Really every body involved here that has been victimized is a senor citizen and the bendigo bank must either have absolutely no moral ethics or no brains.

Anonymous said...

It's a shame that elders, and that will include every one of us If we're lucky...are taken advantage of. It's about making money at any cost never mind true customer service.

I am verry sorry to read this happened and hope it works out for everyone involved.

Anonymous said...

This is egregious. As a "person of trust" in my worklife, this Yolanda Hutton situation is the exact case that you work to avoid. These are the people to PROTECT. Granny would not be proud if I acted like this!! Where are the banking regulators, securities regulators, and senior advocates??

Shirley said...

The exploitation of our seniors and retirees here in Australia is just out of control, this is just yet another case and now you can add bank managers onto the list of criminals.

She must be making the Bendigo bank a fortune for them to protect her, I guess it is all about money before morals now with the banks.

Bank managers where respected people in Australia once but not now, just because it is a white collar crime doesn't make it any better than a blue collar crime.

Anonymous said...

I might just be an old veteran but what's a bank manger doing borrowing $10,000 for a veterans widow and then demanding $40,000 from her nephew or she will contest the will. She should have been given the sack just for that and the police called in then. Now there is an even bigger mess to deal with and God only knows if there are others that had no family at all.

Anonymous said...

I just got this link via an email from a friend and I have to ask do we have a National Association to Stop Guardian Abuse here in Australia ?

Because we sure need one with our Guardianship Tribunal System is just not working and out of control.

You are doing a great job there in America and its a big problem here in Australia too, thank you for covering this and I feel so bad for the family my prayers are with them.


Davo said...

These Banks are unbelievable they almost crashed the world economy with their subprime loans and lie about it to cover their tracks and then this happens with old people. There like attorneys, they are always covering for each other and I would like to shake the persons hand that came up with the term Bankster it describes them just perfectly.

I honestly hope the watts family get some answers and justice, that might be a good start to stopping this sort of thing from happening again.

Mareea & Max Watts said...

Thank you everybody for your wonderful messages of support.
Apart from the financial manipulation of Yolanda Hutton the worst aspect of our sordid story is the appalling neglect of Yolanda by the illegal Guardians-Christine Frankham & the paid carer Susan Bogaard.We have documentary medical evidence to prove this fact.On 21/05/2011 we had to contact Police to gain access to Yolanda's house as the locks had been changed again(at Yolanda's expense)by these 2 evil women.Yolanda was in a deplorable condition when we found her on the floor & she had to be taken by ambulance to Mona Vale Hospital.
Frankham & Bogaard were handed Guardianship by the completely incompetent NSW Guardianship Tribunal without any consultation with the family.
We intend that those responsible (including the NSW Guardianship Tribunal & Bendigo Bank) will be held fully accountable for their deplorable & deceitful actions & for being complicit with Frankham & Bogaard.

Mareea & Max Watts.

Anonymous said...

I watched this video a couple times now and still can't believe that Ms. Frankham has no heart of what she has done too the Hutton-Watts Family. Locking out family members out of the house (Changed the locks) so they couldn't get in to she her is mind blowing. The abuse that Ms. Frankham has done too Ms. Hutton can't be said in words. This elderly woman that was disable and put her trust in someone. That one person took complete advantage of her for almost everything she had. This is a unbelievable act that she has done and justice will always win.

One thing Ive learned in this short life i lived is that karma is a bitch and Ms. Frankham for what you have done you got bad karma all over you. When this is said and done you'll why you treat your elderly with respect and don't abuse them. Because if it wasn't for them we would be where we are today.

All my prays go out too the Hutton-Watts family on this and I know justice will win.

Thanks too all the supporters that has stand beside the Hutton-Watts family's too bring her DOWN...

JustAnotherVictim said...

Banks and Attorneys, they really are the lowlife of our country and it doesn't look to be any better Down Under either.

My father had a similiar problem with a bank manager when he had demintia and the bank wouldn't disclose anything to us either, the cost of suing them was just too much and the stress to great.

I wish the Watts family wella d you wil be in my wife and my prays, somebody needs to get the SOB's.

Anonymous said...

I just woke up this morning and after making myself a cup tea, I opened my email to find that an old friend of mine from the boating industry had sent me this link to my email and was SHOCKED.

I knew the Hutton brothers Paul and Carl, it must be about 40 years ago when they owned Hutton Yachts and I had the pleasure of meeting their father Stan who was one of nature’s true Gentlemen. I had never meet the brothers mother Yolanda or their sister Maria but I am sure that there as nicer people as Paul, Carl and Stan, I am just amazed that this could happen in Oz and we don’t need to have people like this Bendigo Bank Manager Frankham being around seniors when she should be in jail.

I hope the cops get her and anyone else involved in this, with the Magistrate giving her and anyone at the Bendigo Bank that knew about this a very long holiday in Long Bay Jail.


Patty said...

This is just plain wrong for a bank to do this ethically, morally and I bet legally, I can’t even imagine what this poor family has been though or how they have managed to hold it all together. You have to admire the Hutton and Watts Families as they seem to not only have weathered the storm, they are putting up a fight that I am sure the Bendigo Bank wishes it had not started in the first place. The bank could have stopped its manager years ago and called in the police themselves then, now look at the mess they have made of it. Not only have they let down an old lady that was disabled with dementia and that is hard enough for a family to deal with, but they have even made it harder on the family and keep on making it harder on them.

Anonymous said...

My deepest condolences go out to the Hutton / Watts family.

As I get older and go on with life, I swear nothing amazes me, but the way people ALL around the world have problems with elder abuse, and the worst part is that it happens right under the families nose, and by people and institutions that each and every one of us trust on a daily basis. The worse part of it, our government doesn't really have Anything in place to protect such innocent victims.
Please keep up the fight, for your win is a win for more than just your mother. Hopefully if you scream loud enough, someone in Government, and Bendigo Bank will sit up and notice. What amazes me also is that a main financial institution,such as Bendigo Bank could back and protect someone such as Christine Frankham, especially considering that she had the same type of problem at another well known financial institution and was relieved of her responsibilities there. To me that would be a sign of guilt without verbally admitting guilt.

Being Bendigo Bank I would want to settle this and put as much distance my bank from Ms.Frankham as quickly as possible so that my Bank wouldn't go down with the Christine Frankham Ship. By not looking into this or responding to the family, doesn't that bring the thought of what else is this bank hiding, above and beyond this case.
Good Luck, and all of my positive thoughts go to the family.

Anonymous said...

This absolutely appalling behavior for a bank and the bank manager just disgusts me…!!!!!

Anonymous said...

They wonder why we don't trust the banks any more, this is a prime example why we don't.

Darlene said...

Why would anyone continue to put their money and trust in Bendigo Bank after all their dishonest, cruel and deplorable treatment of their elder, long time customers! In the United States, we have the FDIC which insures the customers deposits and investigates the banks dealings. My brother worked as a review examiner for 30 years and found much curruption and fraud. Many U.S. banks closed due to this - although the depositers money was protected up to a certain amount (which was changed to a higher amount - I believe in 2008). That said, elder abuse still goes on in all areas and in private or public long term care. Making this public, as the Hutton family is doing, is a positive step in putting a stop to the elderly and the disabled being abused and taken advantage of today. Keep working for the best, honest and caring treatment!!

Charles said...

Good luck getting any information out of the bank, it obvious that they have something to hide otherwise they would have given you everything you needed long before this….!!!

CorruptBanks said...

Bank Corruption in Australia looks to be as bad as Bank Corruption is here in America now, man looking at this they might be even worse down there than here.

Scotty said...

It's such a shame people would take advantage of an elderly women, as especially a bank manager.

It's even worse when it happens to one of my own best friends mother, stay strong Tony we will talk tomorrow night.

I really wish I knew what was going on in some peoples minds.

Then again, I may not want to know.

BFCSA said...

The Power of Social Media is starting to show it's strength, with the BFCSA in Australia now picking up on the Bendigo Bank Christine Frankham story.

The battle for Justice continues with the true media websites like the BFCSA giving updates and other information, this helps to keep the people informed of what is really going on.

While empowering people to be able to make informed decisions, based on the truth and not Banks or Financial Institutions Propaganda.

The greatest tool we have in our Arsenal is the Truth via Social Media and the greatest fear that Guardianship Abusers have is to be exposed 24/7 by these Watch Dogs.


Unisured Bankster said...

I see The Australian "Fed Reserve" bankers might'nt be insured against investigation costs if they're charged with things. If convicted, there's a whole new hill o'beans too.

Grateful Dead Fans said...

Judging from the sneaky attacks on various advocate groups and the whistleblowers, the powers that be are real worried bout sumthink.

Paul Keating Fans said...

Sickening and pretty typical these days, what with a Google of 'Mafia and Australia' and scandals uncovered by the indpendent senators.

They'll be a banana republic in no time, full of dessicated coconuts in canberra.

Ronnie Biggs' ghost said...

It's a penal colony, a white collar criminals paradise. Everyday the Sydney Morning Herald exposes more and more, but the politicians are too busy suing the journos for defamation.

Howard B. said...

Please shoot a short email to Senators Fawcett and Dastyari at and to let them know the world is awake to those who prey on the elderly asset rich income poor 'ARIPs'.

Pistol & Boo said...

Where's Fox when you need them. The Victorian Legal Board thinks smokin ol Joe was up to no good "Down Under" at the Oz Fed Reserve bank.

Daily Planet said...

The Elder Supportive Residents & Carers Group's submission,


Ashley Maddisson said...

Dear daily Planet, isn't that a brothel the liquidator was tossed out off by the Australian SEC this year??? Word on the street says the Judge refused to comment on the liquidfator's character.

The bribery allegations in the Australian Senate should get intersting when the law society, Mining Fracking Oil Gas and Tax and Bank Regulators go before the Independent Senators.

Daily Planet said...

The Elder Supportive Residents & Carers Group's submission,


Anonymous said...

Did you see what Activist News Australia released??? Their "Ombudsman" can't investigate the legal ethics board because it's full of miners and oil executives and there's too much corruption.

Dirty Rotten Scoundrels said...

I'm not surprised. Who saw what they do to backpackers and new Australians in 7/11 stores.

Four Corners or the Independent ABC News ran a story on mafia bribes to some judges.

Wikileaks exposed the bribes paid across the Pacific ans indian Ocean to despots.

Australia really is the penal colony for cons that make the British crim look like candy bar thiefs.

Charles Ponzi III said...

Bendigo Bank must fix this cover up! A Royal Inquest immediately is the only way to expose these rogues.

Karma said...

Are Gadens and Dentons really getting hitched? That's great, their Papua New Guinea office are experts with bribery laws for government officials. AusAid is better than Legal Aid I can assure you.

JP Madoff said...

I wish I lived in Australia.

Spectre HQ said...

No, JP Maddoff, you don't want to live in Australia. Bank your bilions there, yes, live there No.

Look what they did to Saddam all because their Reserve Bank made him an offer he couldn't refuse.

They make Dr Evel look Saintly.

Iain Nareve's Conscience said...

BendigoBank Australia should pony up the cash before 60 Minutes does a Charlie Phillott on them. (Ask the ANZ's Mr "Lucky Phil" Chronograph why he's not in the running to be the ANZ CEO's successor).

Howie Blurter's Wedding Crashes said...

Hey those Veuve Cliquot Infused Law Society Lawyers won't be invited if Dentons tie the knot. You know the type, full of booze and blabs about their latest and greatest court cases. Poor mr Denton's Due Diligence Team might be a tad hungover.

Pass them a Bex darlings.

Check out the link .

Check out: Leading lawyers call for overhaul of Australia's foreign bribery laws
By the National Reporting Team's James Thomas

Updated about 3 hours ago
Australian Wheat Board logo
Photo: The Government spent $23.4 million investigating the AWB scandal, which resulted in no criminal prosecutions. (Will Ockenden: ABC Rural)
Related Story: Bribery allegations against top executives aired under parliamentary privilege
Map: Australia

The world's leading lawyers have questioned the ability of the Australian Federal Police to investigate serious corporate crime and called for a new "dedicated agency" to have responsibility for complex financial cases, including foreign bribery.

In a damning submission to the Senate, the International Bar Association (IBA) described Australia's foreign bribery laws as ineffective and our record of enforcement "woeful".

"We have had 15 years of foreign bribery laws in Australia," wrote Robert Wyld, author of the submission.

He said in that time there had been 28 investigations, although 21 of those were dropped and only two were criminal prosecutions.

"The system is not working. Unless people go to jail, unless people see imprisonment as the real ultimate penalty, there will be no behavioural change," Mr Wyld said.
Do you know more about this story? Email

While acknowledging the 2014 improvements of the AFP's Fraud and Anti-Corruption Centre, Mr Wyld, who is co-chair of the IBA's Anti-Corruption Committee, described Australia as a "reactive country, sensitive to external criticism and forced to budget better resources only when it must".

The Australian Wheat Board became embroiled in a kickback scandal more than 10 years ago which saw $300 million funnelled through to the regime of Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein.

The Federal Government spent $23.4 million investigating the scandal, which resulted in no criminal prosecutions.

If you want your company to pay bribes, just set up a subsidiary and ensure whatever structure you use is isolated.
Robert Wyld

By way of contrast in the United States, BHP paid $US25 million to settle bribery charges for offering junkets to the 2008 Beijing Olympics for 176 officials that, it was alleged, could help them.

The AFP launched an investigation in 2013 but Mr Wyld said it went nowhere.

"BHP has not been prosecuted for that conduct in Australia," he said.

Bruce Waynes' Valet said...

Great to see the International Bar Association, Transparency International and dozens more want to replace the mob-style buffer tactics with an J Edgar Elliot Ness Squad and RICO and other laws from the 1930s.

The Liberal Nationalists Party are reeling at the thought of hanging up their violin cases.

Party's over guys.

Toss the pro-crim law society protection racketeers out as you close the Vault's Doors.

Alphonse Capone said...

Ian Dunn, CEO of the law institute said, shortly before 911 2001, they had a difficult relationship viz a viz ethics with Judge Ken Marks Chair of the Legal Board. Could it be that the ethics cops were conflicted and needed the backdated immunity for not fessing up earlier??? See Ian Dunn's column just under his pic

He went on to that Financial Ombudsman (Arbitration) Scheme that many of the submissions to Senator Fawcett's Artificially Defaulted Farm Loan Inquiry say is a stacked game in favour of covering up the forgeries and false information on loan forms. What a racket, Mr. Ness.

Don Knowa Nuthin said...

Down there they ignore the SEC Sean McKessy Office of the Registered Witness too, and he's under Gotti's nemisis, Mary Jo White! Check this from's forum

29 July 2015

Dear Tina

Your enquiry about if any of our submitters were subjected to retaliatory tactics

The answer is in the affirmative, in a sense.

In a recent court case, old documents surfaced that might be relevant to an old fraud squad investigation instigated by Kelvin Thomson MP. We refused various threats. The characters enlisted the help of the Victorian law society as a way to get information from us about information on these characters builders and mortgage lenders of last resort that

- Kelvin Thomson MP referred to the Fraud Squad,
- Penny Wong or Christine Milne sent to the Commonwealth Auditor,
- the Presidents of the Ratepayers of Victoria referred to the Victorian Auditor,
- Judge Judd found an “attempted to defraud” the Samil Power Company of China
- , who might have cost the Chinese “Wenzhou Success Group” a lot, and
- who might have tried to get the Liberman Family’s Jagen Nominees Pty ltd in a scheme in Lakes Entrance.

Currently we are under siege by a law society with a board that has directors on global public companies in oil and steel, (one steel company having a $25,000,000 fine that the WA Crime Commission is looking into as might Sen Dastyari’s Foreign Bribery Inquiry. Other banking matters include the CBA Spy Scandal, the CBA Bribery Case, and a few things like that. We think the society are dangerously egotistical, and are known to cover things up even to the extent of ignoring diplomatic warnings about Interpol because the society staff said they wanted bodies to prove something like a 9/11 event in Melbourne.

Anonymous said...

They call a bank down there 'conn-bank'that won the Shonky Awards. Yes, they award prizes for being the most conniving banks in the world!!!

How ever did Australia get to be President of the UN Security Council with conn banks like this Bendigo Bank? I'd count the cutlery as they walk out. That clinking sound in their pockets will be the silverware, Honey.

Homer Abbott said...

I heard they had these TransPacific Partnership Arbitration Clauses to stack the game in the bank's favor against forged mortgages. That backfired when the Tea Party Government tried to assure all the victims that the TPP was a good deal. Doh!

Island Giveaway said...

Their politicians just appointed a Goldman Sachs Banker as Prime Minister???? Is that like appointing a Asset Manager before a bank forecloses? :)

Croc Dundee said...

Does this compliance rule help anyone?

Bendgo Bunkum said...

What they get away with would make a Wall Street Banker drool.

Malcolm said...

I saw a BMW carjacked! This guy called Abbott was driving along, minding his own business when, kapow! Stabbed in the back by a Goldman banker. It's a nice Beamer, with the national flag

Tony said...

Hey Malcolm

I know you want a republican flag on the Beamer .

The new national flag should be the Skull & Cross Bones, mateey!

- Tony

Mt Morris Charleville Qld said...

Diary Entry, 25th of September 2015

What happened at Mt Morris,god help us all.

1. The sale price of “Mt Morris” June 18th 2015 of just $1,175,000.00 - then stating what was actually allocated according to our bank statement off the debt a mere $565,888.45 so where did the rest of those funds go?

2. The last valuation of our home, was $2.5 million, how can this be legal?

3. How did the Banks agents i.e. Receivers and Managers devalue the property?
4. This certainly raises further questions as to the Receivers and their Managers of our home, were negligent
5. How it is interesting to note that Gadens Lawyers are able to act for the Bank and the Receivers, heck even one of the loan sharks who exploited approx $20,000.00!

6. How the bank has continued to deny us the right to trade since 2009, restricting our business and denying income streams, debt reductions to repay loan monies that would have seen us debt free in 2015 – why? Why, what law permits them to do this, to push us into default, their actions not ours?

7. Defaming us!

8. The Bank still, will not provide the contract of sale that this is stopping us from meeting our ATO commitments, Would have loved to be a fly on the wall in those discussions wonder if it went something like this “Wait for a bargain, you will get it cheap just screw this producer into the ground, the diversification is solid, good income streams, you can do it all as the hard ground work is established by the Stuarts, all you have to do is walk in and keep it going”? Yes, many hypothetical’s OR were they told something completely different? Time will tell!
wink emoticon. Diary, I have been reading the submissions into the Parliamentary Inquiry into Banking...mercy, dear lord mercy...each week there are more and more going up publicly, those families stories are horrendous of how their financiers have treated them...just like us, “why?”.

I know some of these families, have heard their stories many times, yet to read them again just terrible injustices, carefully crafted to make business people look like they have done this to themselves, when the reality and truth are completely the opposite.…/Corporat…/customer_loans/Submiss

Insurer nabs banker!!! said...

Bwaha, their fed reserve people are insured if they are charged.

Look at this case, wow.

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Seb Blatter said...

Dear FIFA,

with all the graft down there, I told youse they really should've got the World Cup(full of cash)!