Wells Fargo’s CEO John Stump walks with $120 million

The Verdict John Stumpf artifically boosted the value of Wells Fargo stock by illegally, and fraudulently creating as many as 2 million unauthorized accounts and instead of going to jail – he is rewarded with a golden parachute, approximately $120 million for his ill-gotten gains. White Collar Crime The real question is why Wells Fargo’s John Stumpf has not been prosecuted for white collar crime? And the sad consequence of not prosecuting this behavior means that this criminal mischief will continue to occur in the future. The Solution Prosecutors need to cultivate some chutzpah; some nerve; some audacity and prosecute 

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Boost your Credit Score after Bankruptcy

Credit reports should be checked 30 to 60 days after bankruptcy to ensure that creditors are reporting accurately. Creditors frequently fail to report an updated status for discharged accounts. All debts discharged in bankruptcy should show a zero balance (“$0.00”).     Boost Your Credit Score – Remove Negative Tradelines The following negative descriptions should not appear in your credit report after bankruptcy: Charge-off reported after the discharge in bankruptcy is inaccurate. Delinquency reported after the discharge in bankruptcy is inaccurate. Any balance other than “$0.00” reported after the discharge in bankruptcy is inaccurate. Any late notation reported after the 

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How to dispute incorrect information in your credit report?

How to dispute incorrect information in your credit report?                                         Disputing incorrect information with the Credit Bureaus is the first step towards fixing errors in your credit report.  Credit reporting is governed primarily by the Fair Credit Reporting Act (“FCRA”). The FCRA requires that you dispute inaccurate information with the credit bureaus BEFORE you can sue BIG BAD BANK for destroying your credit score. It’s almost like the BIG BAD BANK gets a “Get out of Jail FREE Card,” in the 

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