At times, it increasingly seems as if Wells Fargo does not seem capable of treating its customers fairly. The country’s largest mortgage lender was accused in January 2017 of charging their customers fees to extend a locked-in interest rate due to delayed mortgage paperwork. The bank’s managers blamed the customers, knowing the delays were the … Continue reading Wells Fargo: Consumer Hits Keep On Coming
The justice gap marks the widespread disparity in legal resources available to different economic levels of society. Justice in the United States is perhaps more important for average Americans now than it’s ever been. Disputes of all kinds play out in the nation’s civil and criminal courts, but the expenses involved are crippling for low-income … Continue reading Justice=Equality?
A small trading exchange on Thursday filed an antitrust lawsuit accusing Bank of America Corp , Citigroup Inc, JPMorgan Chase & Co and nine other banks of conspiring to shut it out of the $9.9 trillion credit default swap market. Tera Group Inc accused the banks of coordinating a boycott of its seven-year-old TeraExchange platform … Continue reading Antitrust lawsuit accusing 12 big banks of credit default swap collusion!
“The bank’s dominant, indeed sole, motive was to maximize the number of overdrafts and squeeze as much as possible” Continue reading Wells Fargo lawsuit
I like rules and I hate unknowns. I know, I know, that’s not reality, nor is it for sure the world we live in. Apply this sentiment to our current White House and how everyone is behaving, and it is exhausting and beyond unsettling. No one seems to be playing by the rules. I am … Continue reading Flowers for Bill
Our objective at The Daily Unknown is to give you the knowledge that you need to make choices that are in your best interest when selecting lawyers, tax advisers, CPAs or any other kind of legal professional. It’s time, and we’re fired up about the injustices we see. Just because someone looks good on paper, … Continue reading Fired up on a Friday