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damn, look at the attitudes of the FBAA and the MFAA to claw backs.Its so blatantly obvious the FBAA is looking after brokers and the MFAA seems solely interested in looking after the banks.Hang your head in shame MFAA !!
WOW of course FBAA is going to Challenge it and MFAA is going to sit like the "big bank" puppy they are.Just go onto to their websites and check out each organisation's sponsors.Sorry but it can't be any simpler than that.Good on you FBAA for not diving into the big bank Slush fund, and doing laps on our hard work!
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