Infographic: JP Morgan pays $31.78 billion in fines and other legal costs since 2009

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Infographic: JP Morgan pays $31.78 billion in fines and other legal costs since 2009

Infographic: JP Morgan pays $31.78 billion in fines and other legal costs since 2009

AND there are many, many more years to come!

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2 Responses to “Infographic: JP Morgan pays $31.78 billion in fines and other legal costs since 2009”

  1. Charles Reed says:

    However we are going into court with this type of court and these settlement are not able to be shown as the character of these banks. Wells Fargo and BOA are close but its not over with the 9 probes the Justice Dept is supposed to be conducting using the JPMorgan settlement as a blueprint!

    I been fighting Wells Fargo with actual proof of forgeries, but when the states profits from victims not being able to get the Justice Depts at the State or Federal level, you just got to keep on fighting and expose the crimes!

  2. Four billion for foreclosure abuse that is still being committed against us by all the banks.

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