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  • Bank of America (BAC +1.3%) calls "impossible" claims made by former employees the bank awarded bonuses to those who helped block homeowners seeking assistance. "(They) could not have witnessed what they claim to have witnessed because they were not in a position to do so and would not have witnessed such things in any event because BofA's actual practices were diametrically opposite." The argument was made in court papers as the bank seeks to block efforts to attain class-action status. [View news story]
    Huh, not the way I see it.
    http://bit.ly/15pSkYB
    Jul 13 05:17 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Bank of America (BAC +1.3%) calls "impossible" claims made by former employees the bank awarded bonuses to those who helped block homeowners seeking assistance. "(They) could not have witnessed what they claim to have witnessed because they were not in a position to do so and would not have witnessed such things in any event because BofA's actual practices were diametrically opposite." The argument was made in court papers as the bank seeks to block efforts to attain class-action status. [View news story]
    Yes. Yes they are THE bank that does this.
    Jul 13 03:56 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Bank of America (BAC +1.3%) calls "impossible" claims made by former employees the bank awarded bonuses to those who helped block homeowners seeking assistance. "(They) could not have witnessed what they claim to have witnessed because they were not in a position to do so and would not have witnessed such things in any event because BofA's actual practices were diametrically opposite." The argument was made in court papers as the bank seeks to block efforts to attain class-action status. [View news story]
    Inappropriate behavior at BoA could actually mean helping someone. I've heard of that before too, would not be a shock.
    Jul 13 03:53 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Bank of America (BAC +1.3%) calls "impossible" claims made by former employees the bank awarded bonuses to those who helped block homeowners seeking assistance. "(They) could not have witnessed what they claim to have witnessed because they were not in a position to do so and would not have witnessed such things in any event because BofA's actual practices were diametrically opposite." The argument was made in court papers as the bank seeks to block efforts to attain class-action status. [View news story]
    Bank of America laid off 30,000 employee,s so I'm guessing they didn't have to do anything wrong to lose their jobs.
    Jul 13 03:53 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
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