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NEW YORK, April 1—The leaders of the nation’s largest banks held a press conference today to apologize to the nation for the disastrous impact their greed and short-sightedness has had on the U.S. economy since the turn of the century. Bank of America, Wells Fargo, Citibank, and JP Morgan Chase all vowed that they would […]

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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 […]

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Bank of America official admits perjury Bank of America is the latest major bank to halt foreclosures after it was exposed as having submitted false affidavits just like GMAC and JP Morgan Chase banks. Ariana Cha of the Washington Post reports: A Bank of America official said in a February deposition in Massachusetts that she […]

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Dirtiest Foreclosure Tricks: Bank of America

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by Mike on September 25, 2010

For all the recent focus on GMAC, Fortune magazine crowns Bank of America as the real king of the dirty foreclosure tricks. The bank recently foreclosed on a Florida property that doesn’t even have a mortgage, the Sun Sentinel of Fort Lauderdale reported. The foreclosure was started in 2008 by Countrywide, the notorious subprime mill […]

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