Hi Brains Trust, can I have some feedback please. We are still waiting since the weekend of 14th December for the documentation from Head Office for a pre-approved loan from racq - great interest rate, personal loan campaign. Some of you will recall the dramas I had to overcome to get NAB to release mortgage documents in 2016 when we were selling an IP. The local staff at racq assured us that for a personal loan, the apra stuff is not as rigorous as it would be for a home loan. We are told by the local Branch Manager that our credit checks are all good, but there is a big queue of loans to process "before christmas". This is seven working days, not their usual 3 they said when we handed in the initial application 3 December and prior to receiving the all clear to go shopping on the 10th. Should I go public about this today (oops , I just did) or leave the complaints until after it is finalised. I want to advise the media and the Govt about how this Apra stuff is hurting the economy. In this scenario, two households are cancelling travel plans due to neither of them having their new car. Two tourist destinations are missing out - neither of us are afraid of a bit of smoke in the air where we were headed. In my case i could drive my old car, but if I did then I would not be available in Brisbane to finalise the transaction with my seller even if the loan had come through this week. The dealership for his new car isn't getting a sale until this one is completed - and had he sold it to a cash purchaser, that dealership would have had a sale finalised mid last week. The seller also banks at racq and he is closing his accounts with them.