Presented by Ricardo & Wasylik, PL

Previous post:

Next post:

Bank of America Fraud Emails Obtained by “Anonymous” Hacker Collective


by Mike on March 12, 2011

Bank of America has been long rumored to have lost a massive trove of emails to Wikileaks.

Now, members of the hacker collective “Anonymous”—who have retaliated against entities that stood against Wikileaks—have claimed that they have obtained copies of BoA emails that show intentional mortgage fraud by BoA, and they plan to release those emails on Monday, March 14, at

Grade-A Fraud In Its Purest Form

Is it huge, or will it be a dud? Gawker cites one possible insider: I seen some of the emails… I can tell you Grade A Fraud in its purest form… Including, but not limited to, intentional alternation of loan numbers to allow for fraudulent foreclosures.

I, for one, can’t wait to see what they’e got.

UPDATE: The emails have been released here: and there’s some brief analysis of them at ZeroHedge.

( Photo source / Photo rights )

Want to know more? Contact us at Ricardo & Wasylik, PL.

Previous post:

Next post: