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Monday, December 1, 2014

Texas Chase Bank and Citibank What Are These Banks Crying About

No Bankruptcy with Criminal Charge Pending
see Congressman Henry Cuellar Texas 28th District 8 years no access to education goods or services
Valid ADA Texas Retaliation 

One More Time Clean My and Other Texas Credit Reports Up - The Banks did it and It was illegal, the Banks Must Fix the Credit not the victims! Charges still pending -Take it out of Rick Perry Retirement
When Texas Law Enforcement Fails The FBI Can And Will Act – They Are No Act!


These Banks Retaliated against a Valid Complaint to the U.S. Bank Examiners And International Bank Examiners – Somalian Eco-Terrorist defined 911 Patriot Act working inside Quicken Loans reported to FBI and Greg Abbott Texas Attorney General.  They jack up the loan amounts added fees charges that are ridiculously illegal and still today getting away with murder in Texas.
Rick Perry sets up a bill collection RICO network of lawyers who should disbarred and closed down under the ethics committee of his charges of Abuse of Power.


Rick Perry is still wanted in Atascosa County for abuse and military attacks on the people of Texas!


Just and example of one case see multiple 


"The Squeaky Wheel Gets the Grease"
first post 10/19/2013
Chase Bank and Citibank 
Gets away with Murder?

A Valid Criminal Complaint to the Bank Examiner against Chase and Citibank 2008 investigated by the Federal Bank Examiner; See Texas Consumer complaint and The FBI “Ethiopians working within the quicken corporation use my card” as well as others. Still today, I get calls for their crimes and my credit has not been update properly. You broke it you fix it!


I Wish  Somebody would Steal my Identity
That Way NSA Would Be On Your Ass
Not Mine!

Or just like the FBI said a month ago, “It takes time” and I believe them – you got’a trust somebody!


JPMorgan to Pay Record $13 Billion in Fines, Penalties Credit Card Fraud Reported FBI 2008 - by your's truely

Saturday October 19, 2013 News Max
JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPM) has reached a tentative resolution of all civil mortgage-bond related matters with the U.S. Department of Justice under which the nation’s largest bank will pay a record $13 billion, a person familiar with the settlement talks said. The amount increased from $11 billion during negotiations last night, the person said. The deal includes $4 billion for unspecified consumer relief and $9 billion in fines and other payments, another person familiar with the matter said. 
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