Bank Of America 'Significantly Hindered' Federal Investigation, U.S. Official Says


Bank Of America ‘Significantly Hindered’ Federal Investigation, U.S. Official Says

Bank Of America ‘Significantly Hindered’ Federal Investigation, U.S. Official Says


Bank of America, the largest U.S. bank by assets, “significantly hindered” a federal investigation into the firm’s faulty foreclosure practices on potentially billions of dollars worth of taxpayer-backed loans, a federal auditor told an Arizona court.

The bank withheld key documents and data, prevented investigators from interviewing bank employees or asking certain questions, and was slow to provide information, according to a June 1 declaration by William W. Nixon, a fraud examiner and assistant regional inspector general for audit for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development inspector general’s office.

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This is 1 of 2 documents from HuffPO’s story.

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One Response to “Bank Of America ‘Significantly Hindered’ Federal Investigation, U.S. Official Says”

  1. Mark says:

    Gee whiz…BOFA would really do something like this…LMAO…They’ve been doing this for so long that they can now control Federal Investigations?!!! Anyone want to bet that nobody goes to jail from BOFA?


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