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Stock Co/Elders Prospective Class Action

We are investigating potential claims involving StockCo Group Australia and would be pleased to hear from you about your experiences on an obligation-free and confidential basis.

Have you been impacted by StockCo giving you a facility for up to 100% of the cost of buying livestock for finishing, expecting to receive a profit or “grazing payment” – only to be left with a significant debt to StockCo?

Stock Co/Elders Prospective Class Action

We are investigating potential claims involving StockCo Group Australia and would be pleased to hear from you about your experiences on an obligation-free and confidential basis.

Have you been impacted by StockCo giving you a facility for up to 100% of the cost of buying livestock for finishing, expecting to receive a profit or “grazing payment” – only to be left with a significant debt to StockCo?

Did StockCo offer you finance to purchase livestock even when banks and second-tier lenders wouldn’t do so?

Did StockCo provide you with a facility for 100% of the purchase price of livestock – livestock that StockCo, not you the producer, would own – while telling you that you would stand to make all the profit on “fattening” the livestock for sale, less StockCo’s outlays for the purchase price and the finance costs?

Even if you have signed a release, your company is in liquidation or you have been made bankrupt, you should still contact us. We can probably still help you.

If you feel dissatisfied or damaged from your dealings with StockCo, we encourage you to contact Levitt Robinson in Sydney at slevitt@levittrobinson.com or Finance Dispute Legal in Brisbane at callunblurton@fdlegal.com.au.

At Levitt Robinson, please feel free to call Asher Paris, Solicitor on (02) 9286 3133

At Finance Dispute Legal, call Callun Blurton, Associate Director, on 1300 433 533

Did StockCo offer you finance to purchase livestock even when banks and second-tier lenders wouldn’t do so?

Did StockCo provide you with a facility for 100% of the purchase price of livestock – livestock that StockCo, not you the producer, would own – while telling you that you would stand to make all the profit on “fattening” the livestock for sale, less StockCo’s outlays for the purchase price and the finance costs?

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Even if you have signed a release, your company is in liquidation or you have been made bankrupt, you should still contact us. We can probably still help you.

If you feel dissatisfied or damaged from your dealings with StockCo, we encourage you to contact Levitt Robinson in Sydney at slevitt@levittrobinson.com or Finance Dispute Legal in Brisbane at callunblurton@fdlegal.com.au.

At Levitt Robinson, please feel free to call Asher Paris, Solicitor on (02) 9286 3133

At Finance Dispute Legal, call Callun Blurton, Associate Director, on 1300 433 533