Why the Need for Australian Guardians?

Over the last 5 years the founder of Australian Guardians has been attempting to obtain Fund Documents and Fund Information from the Trustee of his Government Regulated Superannuation Fund that he is lawfully entitled to have. Not only did the Trustee refuse to provide copies of prescribed Fund Documents and Fund Information, even though it is a criminal offence to fail to do so, Public Servants who are supposed to enforce Superannuation Laws also refused repeatedly to enforce these laws. In fact evidence was fabricated in an attempt to limit further inquiry. Other Public Servants then engaged in a cover-up of this failure to protect members of this Government Regulated Superannuation Fund.

When large amounts of money are at stake it does not require much imagination to understand why this should be so!

Our elected representatives in Parliament also failed to take any action, not willing to confront the Public Servants who are supposedly answerable to them, despite ample evidence of graft and corruption.

The Chairperson of the Superannuation Complaints Tribunal advised the Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees that the most common complaint that the Tribunal receives (17 percent) related to allegations that the Trustee has not determined a final salary Defined Benefit payment strictly in accordance with the Governing Rules of the Member’s Fund.

However since the passage of the Superannuation Industry (Supervision) legislation Amendment Act 1995 No. 144,1995, the Tribunal no longer has the statutory power to deal with complaints where the Trustee has or is alleged to have acted ultra vires (beyond power) the Governing Rules of the Fund.

Australian Guardians needs to hear from these Members so that class actions groups can be assembled to initiate proceedings against such Trustees for Breaches of Trust.

Australian Guardians has received reports from Members who lost their jobs when they started making too many inquiries into the administration of their Employer-Sponsored superannuation fund.

Some Member-elected Representatives were retrenched by their Employer to stop them taking their seat on the Board of the Employer-Sponsored Superannuation Fund.

That is why every Member or Beneficiary of a Government Regulated Superannuation Fund needs to become a Member of Australian Guardians in order to protect their hard earned superannuation entitlements and possibly even their jobs.

The person best qualified to protect your money is you.

If you believe that you are the best qualified person to protect your hard earned superannuation entitlement, then join Australian Guardians today.

Australian Guardians will provide you with the tools you need to protect your superannuation entitlement or to check your benefit payment.

Email: ausguardian@gmail.com or leave a message below.

Membership is free.

If you believe that you may have lost your job because you either made too many inquiries into the administration of your Employer-Sponsored superannuation fund or asked the wrong questions as a Member-elected Board Member then Australian Guardians would like to hear from you.

The Founder of Australian Guardians would like to acknowledge the following people who where the inspiration behind Australian Guardians:

The insight of the first Baron of Acton has also been a guiding light:

“Power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutely”

Email: ausguardian@gmail.com

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