Rosie Cornell


Once upon a time Rosie Cornell was into self-sufficiency, gardening, cake decorating and numerous other mundane activities that make up an ordinary life. Then by a twist of fate she lost the farm, or, as she has come to realise, her farm was stolen by a bank. From the ashes of her fractured life Rosie rebuilt a new life. After she was exiled to Perth, Western Australia, Rosie began a journey into the dark side of Australian banking.
Rosie is currently studying for a Bachelor of Arts in Internet Communications at Curtin University. She has also started spending time at the beach, something her previous life did not give her the opportunity to do.

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The Little Website That Could
Price: $10.00 USD. Words: 173,590. Language: English. Published: February 20, 2013. Categories: Nonfiction » Biography » Personal memoir, Nonfiction » Business & Economics » Banks & banking
This is the book the National Australia Bank does not want you to read. Although written for an Australian audience, this book is a must read for all bank customers who believe their bank can be trusted. After losing at Summary Judgement, Rosie launched the website and so began her journey of discovery into the dark underbelly of Australian banking.

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