Hi, my Partner’s company was placed into voluntary liquidation in 2011. Through a solicitors office in Parramatta. I entered into a deed of loan for $65,000 in 2011 to pay for the liquidation, and then another $33,000 a year later. I was paying this loan off at $3155.46 every month up until 2013, until the person who had set up the loan and put us in contact with the liquidator in the first place, sent me a letter via email stating that his company was now garnisheeing the loan and I had to pay him directly instead. I then started paying into the new account. Nearly a year later I received a phone call from a third party (a friend of the lender and also the person that did the liquidation) yelling at me for his money and the certificate of title on the property that they had placed a caveat on. I have recently been to court to try and fight for what I believed was right and ended up settling the matter at a great expense to myself. A very unsatisfactory result. My question now: is the person that issued me the Garnishee letter has walked away with over $35,000 I had wrongly paid into his bank account. Is this Fraud and can I go to the Police and report this matter or the Law association at how badly my case was handled? I now not only owe $100,000 to the lender but they are now saying my bill for their legal fees are $120,000 and that doesn't include my solicitor and Barrister fees. I feel this has been a great injustice and would like to know my options. Thank you.