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Think Wells Fargo Crisis Is Bad? Bank America Far WORSE! – SECRETS EXPOSED! #AP #DRUDGE_REPORT #WSJ #NYSE – EXCLUSIVE!

WASHINGTON DC - Bank of America CEO Moynihan places little emphasis of customer service -.customers are often treated like criminals Many investors believe the time is ripe for Bank of America CEO Moynihan to step down. CFPB - Consumer Finance Protection Bureau database is rife with customer complaints describing missing funds -cashier checks issued to unknown individuals -debit cards and pins issued that were never authorized. The database contains thousands of complaints against Bank of America's phony investigations and a bank that treats innocent victims [BoA customers] like criminals. With relatively puny fines like CFPB largest fine ever - Wells Fargo $100 million announced on September 9 2016 - there is very little motivation to make the sweeping changes necessary to fix the systemic problem. 2016 All rights reserved IDTheftReport2020.com
  • WELLS FARGO Reps Illegally Created New Accounts – Credit Cards -Debit Cards – PINs To Generate Bonuses For Themselves – But FAR FAR WORSE – Bank of America Employees Are Fraudulently Emptying Out Customer Accounts and Stealing Their Identities Using Similar Illegal Techniques and Deceptive Practices 

  • Bank of America Internal Systems CompromisedRED FLAGS DISREGARDED

  • Bank of America Reps Easily Accessed – Wired STOLEN Hijacked Acct Funds To Family Members and Cohorts 

  • Bank Of America Customer Identities STOLEN – Keeps Customers In the Dark!

  • PHONY Bank of America So-Called FRAUD Investigations Blame Customers For Untold Millions Stolen From Accounts!

  • SECURITY FAILURE – Customer Identities EASILY STOLEN – Used To Quickly Open Accounts OUTSIDE @BankofAmerica

  • Wells Fargo CEO and Bank of America CEO Moynihan FAILING Customers and NYSE BAC Shareholders In Many Ways 

  • Bank of America Reps Deploy “Digital Guns” – Empty Out Bank of America Accts With Bogus Debit Cards and Wire Transfers – Phony Bank of America Investigations Department Often BLAMES INNOCENT Customers!

 

WASHINGTON DC - Bank of America CEO Moynihan places little emphasis of customer service -.customers are often treated like customers Many investors believe the time is ripe for Bank of America CEO Moynihan to step down. CFPB - Consumer Finance Protection Bureau database is rife with customer complaints describing missing funds -cashier checks issued to unknown individuals -debit cards and pins issued that were never authorized. The database contains thousands of complaints against Bank of America's phony investigations and a bank that treats innocent victims [BoA customers] like criminals. With relatively puny fines like CFPB largest fine ever - Wells Fargo $100 million announced on September 9 2016 - there is very little motivation to make the sweeping changes necessary to fix the systemic problem. 2016 All rights reserved IDTheftReport2020.com

WASHINGTON DC – Bank of America Chairman and CEO Moynihan places little emphasis of customer service. When customers accounts are raided and emptied out they are often treated like criminals. Many investors believe the time is far beyond ripe for Bank of America CEO Moynihan to step down. Richard Cordray head of thr US CFPB – United States Consumer Finance Protection Bureau database is rife with Bank of America customer complaints describing missing funds – cashier checks issued to unknown individuals – debit cards and pins issued that were never authorized. The database contains thousands of complaints against Bank of America’s phony investigations and a bank that treats innocent victims [BoA customers] like criminals. With relatively puny fines like CFPB largest fine ever imposed – like the $100 million fine issued by CFPB against Well Fargo on September 9 2016 – there is very little motivation to make the sweeping changes necessary to fix the systemic problems running rampant at Moynihan’s Bank of America. 2016 All rights reserved IDTheftReport2020.com

CHICAGO - images of just some of the actual bogus debit cards Mario illegally obtained and then used to quickly empty out Bank of America customer accounts Mario Elizondo Valenzuela fraudulently linked retiree's Bank of America accounts to them. 2016 All rights reserved IDTheftReport2020.com

CHICAGO – Above images of just some of the actual bogus debit cards Bank of America reps  illegally obtained and then used to quickly empty out unsuspecting Bank of America customer accounts. Bank of America reps like Mario Elizondo Valenzuela easily linked retiree’s Bank of America accounts to them – emptying them out. 2016 All rights reserved IDTheftReport2020.com

WASHINGTON DC - CFPB largest fine ever - Wells Fargo $100 million announced on September 9 2016. 2016 All rights reserved IDTheftReport2020.com

CONSUMER FINANCIAL PROTECTION BUREAU penalized CEO John Stumpf’s Wells Fargo $100 million for the nearly 2 million PHONY Wells Fargo accounts created by the over 5,300 employees CEO John Stumpf’s oversees at Wells Fargo. A puny price to pay many legal experts insist for such pervasive, systemic fraud over nearly a decade.


Violations covered in the September 9 2016

Richard Cordray CFPB order include:

  • Opening deposit accounts and transferring funds without authorization, sometimes resulting in insufficient funds fees.

  • Applying for credit-card accounts without consumers’ knowledge or consent, leading to annual fees, as well as associated finance or interest charges and other late fees for some consumers.

  • Issuing and activating debit cards, even created PINs, without consent.

  • Created – utilized phony email addresses to enroll consumers in online-banking services.


WASHINGTON DC - CFPB database continues customer complaints desccribing missing funds -cashier checks issued to unknown individuals -debit cards and pins issued that were never authorized. The database is rife with thousands of complaints against Bank of America's phony investigations and a bank that treats innocent victims [BoA customers] like criminals. With relatively puny fines like CFPB largest fine ever - Wells Fargo $100 million announced on September 9 2016 - there is very little motivation to make the sweeping changes necessary to fix the systemic problem. 2016 All rights reserved IDTheftReport2020.com

WASHINGTON DC – CFPB database contains thousands of customer complaints like the one above describing missing funds -cashier checks issued to unknown individuals -debit cards and pins issued that were never authorized. The database is rife with thousands of complaints against Bank of America’s phony investigations and a bank that treats innocent victims [BoA customers] like criminals. With relatively puny fines like CFPB largest fine ever – Wells Fargo $100 million penalty – announced on September 9 2016 – there is very little incentive to make the sweeping changes necessary to fix the systemic problems at the largest banks in the United States. 2016 All rights reserved IDTheftReport2020.com


BANK OF AMERICA Systems Compromised

Secrets Exposed – Customers Kept In the Dark! IDTheftReport2020 Associates

Uncover Widespread Bank of America Fraud

Bank of America Easily Penetrated

By Its Own Criminal Employees

 

CHICAGO - A Thief A Fraudster A Conman. 33-year-old Bank of America exec Mario Elizondo, from San Antonio Texas, lived well beyond his means by stealing money from the accounts of Chicagoland senior citizens. Elizondo had moved to Chicago from San Antonio Texas in the past couple of years and has been in banking for the past decade. If you have additional information please contact us. 2016 - All rights reserved IdentityTheftReport2020.com

CHICAGO – Example of Bank of America’s problem. 33-year-old Bank of America exec Mario Elizondo aka Banco Bandito from San Antonio Texas, lived well beyond his means by methodically targeting six-figure accounts and then using several methods – stealing money from the accounts of Chicago area senior citizens and also their identities. Mario Elizondo moved to Chicago from San Antonio Texas in May 2015 and has been in banking for the past decade. If you have been a victim of this type of crime at Bank of America contact IDTheftReport2020 today. 2016 All rights reserved IDTheftReport2020.com

 

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CHICAGO – Accounts compromised – security breach. Bank of America exec Mario Elizondo Valenzuela tossed the entire details of accounts he accessed and printed, into the trash [NOT BankofAm’s trash] last week after being FIRED for hijacking money from BOA accounts. Sample example: above image is a 90-year-old Chicago senior’s entire six-figure nestegg and all the information for their 8 accounts! IDTheftReports2020.com digitally removed the information in the checkered areas of the above image. 2016 All rights reserved. IDTheftReport2020.com

 

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CHICAGO – CRIME SCENE – Bank of America on Irving Park Road, commonly called the Six Corners branch, where reps targeted high-value-balance accounts. Mario Elizondo stole identities, issued bogus debit cards to himself, transferred funds by wires, from Bank of America account holders as recently as last month. If you or anyone you know had unknown charges or other fraudulent activity at this location OR any Bank of America location please contact IDTheftReport2020.com 2016 All rights reserved IDTheftReport2020.com

 

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CHICAGO – SAN ANTONIO  Bank of America Banco Bandito [TOP RIGHT] seemingly did not want individuals to know his true identity. Mario used middle initial “A” and Elizondo as his last name as seen on his dealings at Bank of America including the checking account he held at Bank of America and Bank of America email address. Mario’s 2014 Jeep Cherokee [LOWER LEFT TEXAS TAG CRV 4615] was titled in the name Mario Elizondo Valenzuela. Mario financed the vehicle through CHRYSLER CAPITAL not his employer. Mario’s arrests in Texas were also under the name Mario Elizondo Valenzuela. Mario is using Mexican and US passports – as is Jorge Cadenas. Other accounts also utilized the Mario A. Elizondo name. 2016 All rights reserved. IDTheftReport2020.com

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CHICAGO – Mario Elizondo Valenzuela’s Bank of America Chicago business card. It appears that Mario did not want to know his true identity. 2016 All rights reserved. IDTheftReport2020.com

 

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SAN ANTONIO – Bank of America location where Mario Elizondo Valenzuela worked prior to transferring to Chicago. 2016 All rights reserved. IDTheftReport2020.com

 

Mario Elizondo Valenzuela's Bank of America Chicago business card. It appears that Mario did not want to know his true identity. 2016 All rights reserved. IDTheftReport2020.com

SAN ANTONIO – Mario Elizondo Valenzuela’s Bank of America San Antonio business card. It appears that Mario did not want to know his true identity. 2016 All rights reserved. IDTheftReport2020.com

 

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CHICAGO – Jorge “George” Cadenas checking out yet another bogus card before using it. Numerous CCTV’s captured Cadenas and Mario Elizondo Valenzuela in their fraud escapades. Behind Cadenas are images of just some of the actual bogus debit cards Mario illegally obtained and quickly emptied out Bank of America customer accounts Valenzuela fraudulently linked to them. 2016 All rights reserved IDTheftReport2020.com

 

BANK OF AMERICA Systems Compromised

Secrets Exposed – Customers Kept In the Dark! IDTheftReport2020 Associates

Uncover Widespread Bank of America Fraud

Bank of America Easily Penetrated

 

 

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About IDTheftReport2020.com (48 Articles)
Identity theft is a growing problem that steals billions of dollars from victims in the United States and around the world every year. As widespread as the growing problem is, all too often even corporate titans, including the largest banks - like Bank of America or Wells Fargo - offer little genuine assistance and resolution to victims. And in literally millions of instances the public now realizes the banks own representatives have stolen their identities and even funds from customers bank accounts. Laws against financial terrorists - even when they're the sitting CEO's of the largest banks like Wells Fargo John Stumpf and Bank of America Merrill Lynch Brian Moynihan - need to be updated so they pay the price for their mismanagement and greed; not only their low-level, unscrupulous employees in the tens of thousand of branch locations. Many government agencies and law enforcement agencies simply lack the manpower, training, resources, and 21st century tools to apprehend the criminals - financial terrorists - involved in the activity. IDTheftReport2020.com reveals important information on how broken the entire system is in dealing with the crimes related to identity theft, from the very top all the down to first rung of the ladder. The problems are devastating - they are vast - they are even very often systemic as we have known in the case of the large banks, for far too long. The solutions are frequently not as easily accessible as they should be and more importantly as they could be by updating the applicable laws and statutes that relate to what is becoming a pandemic of criminal activity as ID Theft Report 2020 researchers and associates document for readers of IDTheftReport2020.com on a case by case basis.

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