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  • Insider Louisville

    …In Other News… The saga of United Airlines and Dr. David Dao by Kyle Ware | Link to original source (105K) The Unfriendly Skies: On Sunday, United Airlines forcibly removed a man who refused to part with his seat on a flight from Chicago to Louisville, reports NPR, BBC News, The New York Times and CNN. Four passengers were asked to give up…

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  • For Banks, It’s All About the Money – Whistleblower Post

    … the consent or knowledge of the applicants. By moving money around and submitting phony credit applications, Wells Fargo generated millions more in overdraft charges and interest penalties. Not only did customers receive these unwanted charges, there is little doubt that many customers saw their credit scores drop. These days, good credit is necessary…

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  • “Even A Dog Can Get A Mortgage” – Whistleblower Post

    … columnist, during the 2000’s, “even a dog could get a mortgage with no money down.” After the last crisis, credit markets dried up. Banks were afraid to write loans and Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac clamped down on bad underwriting practices. One estimate says that big banks paid $132 billion settling whistleblower and regulatory lawsuits tied…

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  • GM Ignition Switch Recall Spawns Lawsuits

    … involved? You can find out if you have a possibly defective vehicle by visiting GM’s recall site. You will need the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN), found on your car’s registration and insurance documents. If you think you or a loved one has been injured because of a defective ignition switch, it is imperative to contact an attorney to preserve…

    Ethan Manning/ 30 readers -