Saturday, October 15, 2016

The CFPB didn't do anything about Wells Fargo until the LA Times did

"Rep. Jeb Hensarling, chairman of the House Financial Services Committee—also appeared on CNBC to question the CFPB’s response to the Wells Fargo scandal, which was brought to light by a newspaper investigation rather than a CFPB enforcement inquiry.

"Why was the story broken by an LA Times reporter years and years ago and only now … have our regulators seemingly caught it?" said Hensarling. "I don't know if they need a pat on the back or a swift kick in the backside."
from: George Hartzman

Subject; Hartzman’s Whistleblower Filing, Page 30

The document I sent,
after which those who received the information did nothing;
Safety Save

Getting closer; "Wells Fargo sales scandal extends to brokerage unit: US senators"

Just in case...

We are supposed to meet in early November

NPR's Chris Arnold; "Former Wells Fargo Employees Join Class Action Lawsuit"

Awesome; "Former Federal Investigator Says Government Didn't Investigate Wells Fargo Whistleblower Cases"

North Carolina's Consumer Protection Division doesn't really care about helping Wells Fargo's clients

Warren 'News and Record owner' "Buffett made billions amid Wells Fargo fraud" with the help of Allen Johnson and Amanda Lehmert among others

The CFPB didn't do anything about Wells Fargo until the LA Times did

I received a call yesterday from the following two Department of Labor personnel

Dear George Hartzman,

For a meeting with Congressman Mark Walker's office at 10:00 this morning, just in case...

John Stumpf's Sarbanes Oxley Securities Fraud at Wells Fargo

How Wells Fargo Board Whistleblower Communications didn't get to the board's ethics committee

"Wells Fargo Whistleblower Claims Get New Scrutiny in Labor Review"

From the comments; "Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf has got to resign now"

Wells Fargo Securities Fraud and Insider Trading

Wells Fargo FORM 10-Q QUARTERLY REPORT, 11 — Legal Actions = No mention of Hartzman surviving a motion to dismiss

Dear Andrew Brod and friends who know who they are; "Wells Fargo's community banking exec reportedly leaving with $124.6 million"