PITNEY BOWES & SEARS
Did you ever wonder how could billions and trillions could be made fast?
|by Gaudet Nusaar|
Did you ever wonder why the people of rich wealthy countries are with little or no Money?
The answer is simple: big corporations are ripping off you me and the neighbours.
Follow the links below to full initial exposure to 2 big corporations (more reports will follow)
JPMorgan Vs Pitney BowesJPMORGAN, WHICH IS OWNES SEARS CARDS, AT GLANCE:
Who is the devil looking in the mirror?
JPMorgan Chase is one of the Big Four banks of the United States with Bank of America, Citigroup and Wells Fargo.[ According to Bloomberg, as of October 2011 JPMorgan Chase surpassed Bank of America as the largest U.S. bank by assets. Through its predecessor, the Bank of the Manhattan Company, it is the 22nd oldest bank in the world. (WIKIPEDIA)
PITNEY BOWES AT GLANCE:
Pitney Bowes Inc. (NYSE: PBI) is an American manufacturer of software and hardware and a provider of services related to documents, packaging, mailing, and shipping. Based in Stamford, Connecticut, the company has approximately 28,000 employees worldwide. It is one of 87 existing firms that have been members of the S&P 500 since its creation in 1957. Revenues $5.3 billion USD (2011) (WIKIPEDIA)
PITNEY BOWES FRAUD SUMMARY:
This company has been described by its customers as a plaque, hit-men, scam artist, horrible horrible. They hire flat fee lawyers connected to the legal system with strong relations with judges and courts employees to extort their customers who are usually small business owner and individuals who cannot hire lawyers.
Visit customer's reviews at
And also visit http://dirtyreel.com/
JPMorgan FRAUD SUMMARY:
- Fraud hits Sears credit cards (owned by JPMorgan Chase)
- Sears employee charged with fraud
- Sears Auto Repair Center Fraud with Tire Warranty
- Sears online shopping experience, fraudulent
- JPMorgan Chase Settles Whistleblower Lawsuit alleging Fraud in Veteran Laons for $45 Million:
- Chase accused of Brazen Bankruptcy Fraud:
- JPMorgan Chase accused of Fraud in Bankruptcy Filings:
- JPMorgan to Pay $153.60 million in SEC Fraud case
- Eric Schneiderman Sues BofA, Wells Fargo, JPMorgan Chase Over Electronic Mortgage Fraud
- JPMorgan Chase Whistleblower: 'Essentially Suicide' To Stand Up To Bank
Thanks to Gaudet Nusaar for his contribution to this press release.