Bank Of America Anonymous Leak Alleges ‘Corruption And Fraud’

From Huffington Post:

Ryan McCarthy


The WikiLeaks-allied hacker group Anonymous has posted a series of emails purported to be from a former Bank of America employee, which the organization says prove “corruption and fraud” at the nation’s largest bank.

In a release announced with the Twitter hashtag #BlackMonday, Anoymous posted the emails on the site, where an emailer who identifies himself as an ex-Bank Of America employee airs a number of grievances against his former employer. The website’s availability was up and down early Monday morning, potentially due to high traffic. The e-mails could not be independently verified.

In a statement to Reuters on Sunday, a Bank of America spokesman said the emails are simply clerical and administrative errors. “”We are confident that his extravagant assertions are untrue,” the spokesman told Reuters.

Bank of America did not immediately return multiple calls on Monday.

The claims of the person purporting to be a former employee appear to begin with so-called “forced-place insurance,” in which a mortgage borrower who doesn’t maintain an insurance policy on their home has a policy “placed” for them by their insurer. The problem with forced-place insurance, as Felix Salmon noted in November, comes when a mortgage servicer owns an insurer. This can allow for highly inflated premiums and inadequate policies forced upon borrowers without their knowledge.

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One Response to “Bank Of America Anonymous Leak Alleges ‘Corruption And Fraud’”

  1. Andrea B. Says:

    Now this is interesting.

    Very illumintating.

    More of this please:)

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