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Client abuse by the NSW Trustee and Guardian

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NSWTG client abuse

The NSW Trustee and Guardian Client Abuse website has been set up to provide important information about NSW Trustee and Guardian (NSWTG) and report details of abuse meted out to the many elderly and vulnerable clients that come under its administration. This information is not available on the official NSWTG website while NSWTG has worked tirelessly to ensure that its conduct does not get reported in the mainstream media. This site is designed to at least provide an opportunity to learn a little bit more about NSWTG and what really goes on there.

NSWTG is not subject to independent public scrutiny and is seemingly answerable to nobody but itself.

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NSWTG is a government agency owned by the State of NSW and has been better known over the years as the Public Trustee. Most of its clients are persons who are unable to manage their financial affairs for themselves and have had their finances taken over by the State. Other states in Australia have similar organizations.

NSWTG has considerable power and authority over the estates of clients under financial management orders. These orders are seldom revoked and the only escape for the client is death. NSWTG is not subject to independent public scrutiny and is seemingly answerable to nobody but itself.
NSWTG is an independent government agency, and the Attorney General's office claims it cannot intervene in its affairs in order to stop wrong conduct. The Ombudsman, for his part as State watchdog, has no authority over the government agencies and can only make recommendations. This leaves NSWTG's clients very vulnerable to exploitation by NSWTG officials who do not have their clients best interests at heart.

As part of their duties, NSWTG officials frequently have to make decisions regarding the sale of their clients’ properties and deciding what is to become of their possessions within those properties. This situation usually comes about when the client is placed in a nursing home and there is no other way of raising the nursing home bond, other than to sell the clients own home.

NSWTG is an independent government agency, and the Attorney General's office claims it cannot intervene in its affairs in order to stop wrong conduct.

Real estate agents receive large sales commissions from selling properties and it is no secret that some are prepared to offer substantial financial incentives in order to enhance their sales. Sales are enhanced by having comparable properties to sell at lower prices to those of the competition. Trust companies and others holding properties in trust are obvious sources of supply for these agents. This places enormous pressure on the integrity of NSWTG officials as, the forced sale of clients properties against their clients wishes, should only be used as a last resort when there is no other way of raising any funds needed, particularly when there are inheritance factors to be taken into consideration.

About Gary

My name is Gary White. I am an investor and stock market trader but previously worked for many years as a department manager for a large retail company with its headquarters based in Sydney, and was responsible for my department's budgets, finances and general administration. I have also had some experience in estate management and looking after the financial affairs of others.

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