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Big Banks Sued for FOREX Manipulation – AGAIN

The ink isn’t even dry yet on last week’s massive $5.6 billion settlement between the U.S. Department of Justice and five money center banks. Despite the Justice Department resolving claims of several major world banks manipulating foreign exchange rates, an investor suit seeking class action status was filed in San Francisco claiming the banks are [...]

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Apotex Recalls Generic Zyprexa Because of Subpotency Woes

Canadian pharmaceutical company Apotex is back in the news. According to the FDA’s weekly enforcement report, the company is voluntarily recalling approximately 35,000 packages and bottles of olanzapine, a scheduled III narcotic drug. The FDA report says the reason for the recall is “subpotent drug.” The recall comes on the heels of several other recent [...]

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How Safe Is Your Offshore Account Data? It’s Not

Readers of this blog know that we are always following reports of data leaks and breaches, especially when they concern foreign bank accounts or tax information. Several countries openly pay bank employees to steal and disclose otherwise confidential account information. Those governments aren’t looking to hack accounts or steal; instead they want to know who [...]

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Looking for CENLAR Insider

Cenlar FSB bills itself as the “nation’s leading loan serving provider.” Their website claims the company “earned a reputation for excellence and dedication to client service.” Unfortunately, their clients are big banks and mortgage trusts, not the tens of thousands of homeowners who rely on them for loan serving. We are investigating the claims of [...]

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Overcharged and Under Qualified – Whistleblower Post

A report this week from the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) carries an important reminder that government agencies must always be vigilant about procurement fraud. TIGTA claims the IRS failed to properly review invoices before paying private contractors working on its eFiling portal. Claims include some individuals allegedly working 240 hours in a [...]

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IRS Overbilled for New Portal? Whistleblower Post

A report from the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) claims the IRS was overbilled for work on its new communications portal. The portal is the key component in the IRS’ electronic tax return filing system. According to the report, TIGTA audited three months of invoices submitted by private contractors. During that time period, [...]

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Would You Give Your Money To A Convicted Felon?

Would you turn over your hard earned money to a convicted felon? Many readers are saying “No way!” but many do so everyday. Yes, everyday. Yesterday, four major money center banks agreed to plead guilty to criminal charges in connection with a worldwide conspiracy among several banks to manipulate foreign exchange rates (“FOREX”). Citi, JPMorgan [...]

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Prison Privatization, Aramark, Murder for Hire and Maggots!

Okay, the title of this post may be a bit salacious but so is the story being reported by the Detroit News. A former Aramark food service worker has been implicated in an alleged murder for hire plot. Former employee Michael Young was charged with felony conspiracy to commit assault. Prosecutors say that Young solicited [...]

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Bank of America – Can Brian Moynihan Survive?

Last week the Wall Street Journal carried an interesting front page story, “Bank of America’s Woes Test ‘Fixer’ CEO.” The gist of the article is that Bank of America’s CEO, Brian Moynihan, is having problems moving the bank forward. While other big banks are now showing nice profits – and dividends for shareholders – America’s [...]

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DOJ Getting Aggressive Whistleblower Cases

Last year was a record year for whistleblower cases. The U.S. Department of Justice handed out $635 million in award monies. These sums don’t include the millions given by states, the IRS and the SEC to whistleblowers. In False Claims Act cases alone, the Justice Department recovered $5.69 billion for taxpayers and that sum doesn’t [...]

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