scammers present like ¿Scammers?

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« The news of IMF Rodrigo of Spain reads like the typical rich and powerful man who is also greedy, and his greed has him sentenced to more than four years in jail . . . bueno Spain. This is the crazy part. As the bank was failing 200,000 small-scale savers were convinced to convert their savings to bank shares, which soon became worthless. This is outrages. The small-scale savers had their money stolen, and not stolen as part of a risky plot . . . rather . . . their money was in a savings account. Not in Florida real estate, and not in expensive jewelry worn conspicuously on a Rio de Janeiro vacation. It was the bankers who the small-scale savers trusted with their savings who convinced them to convert their savings to shares. The Spanish banking story reads a like the recent Wells Fargo story. Legit bankers representing a trusted company were systematically converted to scammers. Back in the day scammers presented like scammers. Wells Fargo and the Spanish bank present as some of the most trusted financial people in their respective countries, and yet they play like spam-email you’ve-inherited-money scammers. »» about me 302-990-2346 nearlincoln@hotmail.com contact us

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middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
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