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HSBC, Too Big to Jail

 
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12/12/2012 09:18 PM
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HSBC, Too Big to Jail
American is a BiG PUSSY


If WE don't put these Murderers in JAIL

WE are SOLD OUT WHORES!!


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MURDERERS FOR PROFIT

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12/12/2012 09:24 PM
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Most of the dead are not narco-traffickers, but Mexican civilians caught in the crossfire of the hyper-violence unleashed by an alleged drug war that ignites killing and crime rather than reducing it.

[link to truth-out.org]


When you withdraw money from an HSBC ATM, it should be red in memory of those who have been brutally killed so HSBC can profit.
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12/12/2012 09:30 PM
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BANKERS/MURDERERS BAILED OUT AGAIN

I don't see where this story was pinned at all.

Where is that puker? This makes me sick.
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12/12/2012 09:53 PM
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Final Thought On HSBC Settlement: How Much Bad Behavior Will We Tolerate?

Let’s just call the world’s biggest, most systemically important financial firms what they are: Immune.

[link to www.forbes.com]



FINALLY SOME FUCKING TRUTH
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12/12/2012 10:24 PM
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Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation
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12/13/2012 08:26 AM
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WND EXCLUSIVE

Calls from 3 continents to criminally prosecute HSBC
Banking experts see cover-up in $1.92 billion fine settlement

Read more at [link to www.wnd.com]

NEW YORK – In the wake of the $1.92 billion settlement HSBC reached with the Justice Department, banking experts and customers in India and London have joined U.S. whistleblower John Cruz in demanding criminal prosecution of top HSBC officers and directors globally.
Evidence suggests HSBC has pursued a policy of exploiting and defrauding customers in the developing world to supplement illegal profits obtained in the developed world by working money launderers, terrorists, organized criminals, corrupt public officials and others, as charged by the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations in a staff report issued at a public hearing July 17.


As WND reported Tuesday, Cruz, who exposed HSBC’s money laundering in February in a series of WND stories, called the $1.92 billion fine the U.S. government imposed on HSBC “a joke” and filed a $10 million lawsuit for “retaliation and wrongful termination.”
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Whistleblower John Cruz: HSBC is a “Criminal Enterprise”. Laundered Billions. Amex and Paypal Involved

[link to the2012scenario.com]
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12/13/2012 09:52 AM
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HSBC rejected by loan without any reason 4 months back and I shouted at them "bank will shut down"
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12/14/2012 02:37 PM
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12/14/2012 02:42 PM
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Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation

Truth.
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12/15/2012 08:56 AM
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Fine in HSBC case equal to U.S. drug-war aid to Mexico

The fine, coincidentally, is about equal to the amount that the U.S. government has sent to Mexico in security aid in recent years under the Merida Initiative: A little more than $1.93 billion was sent by the Bush and Obama administrations to Mexico since 2007 to help Mexico fight the drug trade.

In other words, the money the U.S. government would collect from the British-based HSBC for laundering cartel cash would match the cost of the six-year security investment that the United States has made in a neighboring country fighting a bloody internal conflict.


[link to www.latimes.com]
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The school shooter killed 28. How many have these people killed over the decades with your tax money?
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Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation

Truth.
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British company
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12/16/2012 07:20 AM
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Too big to jail to big to fail need them to bail out.

Banksters have more power than government.
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12/16/2012 07:23 AM
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Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation

Truth.
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British company
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Its a British Company but the US Justice Department set them free. Payoffs....er, I mean Probation for just 5 years.

HSBC Holdings Plc. and HSBC Bank USA N.A. Admit to Anti-Money Laundering and Sanctions Violations, Forfeit $1.256 Billion in Deferred Prosecution Agreement

Bank Agrees to Enhanced Compliance Obligations, Oversight by Monitor in Connection with Five-Year Agreement

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12/16/2012 07:48 AM
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HSBC screwed me years ago, my mortgage was sold to them, so the escrow also went.

So after being with the first mortgage holder I had the mortgage automatically withdrawn, big mistake, several years later HSBC bought it.

Out of the blue they raised my escrow $50.00 a month without an explanation. At the time the only way one could reach the mortgage dept was through email. Then you were only allowed 100 characters.

Tell me, just how much information can one ask with 100 characters. I sent email after email, then I sent two certified pieces of mail demanding an answer, nothing, no reply zip.

This occurred for 7 months until I had to sell the home because of moving. After selling the home HSBC took out one more mortgage payment, the house had already been bought, yet they still took a mortgage payment.

Of course I didn't find this out until I bounced a few checks, so I talked to the lawyer that handled the closing. He suggested I go straight to the bank and talk to the manager, which I did. I explained to her that I sold the house 6 weeks prior and that HSBC was still taking money from my account.

She told me that until she receives the proper paperwork from HSBC, her hands were tied. I then told her I just spoke to my lawyer prior coming to the bank and I will start legal action against the bank. She jumped on the computer and stopped all withdrawals that came from HSBC.

She even stated she would credit my account with the amount that was removed illegally. All fees for bounced checks were also credited. I still have never collected the $350.00 that HSBC removed for the escrow.

Lesson learned, NO more escrow, no more auto withdrawals.
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HSBC screwed me years ago, my mortgage was sold to them, so the escrow also went.

So after being with the first mortgage holder I had the mortgage automatically withdrawn, big mistake, several years later HSBC bought it.

Out of the blue they raised my escrow $50.00 a month without an explanation. At the time the only way one could reach the mortgage dept was through email. Then you were only allowed 100 characters.

Tell me, just how much information can one ask with 100 characters. I sent email after email, then I sent two certified pieces of mail demanding an answer, nothing, no reply zip.

This occurred for 7 months until I had to sell the home because of moving. After selling the home HSBC took out one more mortgage payment, the house had already been bought, yet they still took a mortgage payment.

Of course I didn't find this out until I bounced a few checks, so I talked to the lawyer that handled the closing. He suggested I go straight to the bank and talk to the manager, which I did. I explained to her that I sold the house 6 weeks prior and that HSBC was still taking money from my account.

She told me that until she receives the proper paperwork from HSBC, her hands were tied. I then told her I just spoke to my lawyer prior coming to the bank and I will start legal action against the bank. She jumped on the computer and stopped all withdrawals that came from HSBC.

She even stated she would credit my account with the amount that was removed illegally. All fees for bounced checks were also credited. I still have never collected the $350.00 that HSBC removed for the escrow.

Lesson learned, NO more escrow, no more auto withdrawals.
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Yep, looks like they are the Enemy
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Whistleblower John Cruz: HSBC is a “Criminal Enterprise”. Laundered Billions. Amex and Paypal Involved

[link to the2012scenario.com]
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HSBC is a Criminal Fucking Enterprise

John Cruz is a former vice president and relationship manager at HSBC. He turned over more than 1,000 pages of documents to WND earlier this year, including customer account ledgers for dozens of companies through which, he charges, HSBC was laundering money each month. Billions all up.

There is a video on this link of Mr. Cruz.
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Whistleblower



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HSBC Stock is up

Why clients will shrug off HSBC’s misdeeds

History says scandals rarely prompt customers to switch banks



[link to www.marketwatch.com]

Research done in the wake of the financial crisis of 2008 has shown that even when customers complain about their bank’s behavior they rarely act.

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12/19/2012 05:32 AM
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Too big to jail to big to fail need them to bail out.

Banksters have more power than government.
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Is it a Rothschild bank?
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Too big to jail to big to fail need them to bail out.

Banksters have more power than government.
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Is it a Rothschild bank?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27211004


yawn
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You can't jail a bank
Your advice is welcome

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