NEW BRUNSWICK — A Somerset County woman is suing Wells Fargo Bank alleging she was fired for refusing to participate in an alleged scheme similar to the bank’s widespread account scam that led to millions of dollars in federal fines.
Melinda Bini, a former assistant vice president and regional private banker at the Highland Park bank’s branch, says in a recent lawsuit that supervisors instructed her to manipulate accounts and sell banking products or investments that were not the customers’ best interest or without their knowledge.
The lawsuit, filed in Middlesex County Superior Court on April 5, names Wells Fargo and three local bank supervisors.
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The “Police Benevolent Association” states that Policy Enforcers creating criminals to meet their “arrest quotas” is a common phenomenon.
“Good” Policy Enforcers are forced out, while the “egotistical and power hungry” Policy Enforcers are promoted under the “quota” system.
For the reason that Policy Enforcers nation-wide seem to be adopting “arrest quotas,” it needs be said that Policy Enforcers are CREATING criminals to meet their quotas. Forcefully contracting with people where no crime has been committed to ensure “income” for the Policy Enforcers and legal system is defrauding the public at the point of a gun.
The Policy Enforcers are nothing more than a gestapo shaking down the public for extortion money.
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