Corporate Whistle Blower Center Urges Mortgage Banker Whistleblowers To Step Forward for a Potentially Huge Reward About Securities Fraud

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The Corporate Whistle Blower Center is saying, "We are really encouraging Wall Street executive level managers or CFO-type team members to consider becoming a whistleblower if you have substantial proof of securities fraud. The thresholds have to be over a million dollars, but if we are talking about the mortgage or mortgage banking industry, a million dollars in wrongdoing is peanuts. We think the damages could be in the hundreds of millions, or more, and the potential rewards start at 10% and go up to 30%." The group is warning potential whistleblowers to not go to the SEC first without having a solid legal team of national caliber whistleblower attorneys in their corner. The group says, "We understand the mortgage lending business as well as any group in the nation, we know about the massive appraisal fraud, we know about CEOs lying on conference calls about the general condition of their bank or mortgage lending company, we know about rigging mortgage back securities sales, and underwriting that was a scheme. We also know if you go running to the SEC first, there is a better than 50/50 chance they won't understand it, or they won't care. Once we know what you have, we will try to build the best possible whistleblower legal team around you, so you can advance your potential case, towards a reward." For more information potential whistleblowers are encouraged to contact the Corporate Whistle Blower Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or they can contact the group via their web site at http://CorporateWhistleBlowerCenter.Com.

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We know there is a first to file rule, but we also know, that its critical to have your information carefully packaged by legal experts, who know their way around the SEC, or Justice Department, before you do anything

The Corporate Whistle Blower Center says, "The whistleblower provisions contained within the Dodd Frank Wall Street Reform & Consumer Protection Act are really exciting. Provided the damages are over a million dollars, and provided the whistleblower has substantial proof, the rewards start at 10% and can go up to 30%. If we are talking about banks, mortgage bankers, investment bankers, or national homebuilders acting as bankers, you on the inside already know the level of securities fraud is in the tens, or hundreds of millions of dollars." They say, "We would strongly advise a potential whistleblower or insider to not go running to the SEC first without getting a national caliber law firm or law firms to back you up. Our big concern is pretty simple: we don't think the US Federal Government does a very good job on whistleblower cases, unless you have a formidable legal team in place to protect you and to help advance your cause." The group says, "We know there is a first to file rule, but we also know that it's critical to have your information carefully packaged by legal experts who know their way around the SEC or Justice Department before you do anything. Simply put, would anyone in their right mind trust someone at the SEC, or Justice, to even care about reward money they will not get themselves? Call us first at 866-714-6466, and we will try to help get you pointed in the right direction." http://CorporateWhistleBlowerCenter.Com

The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog is warning potential high end whistleblowers about trying to ring alarm bells at their company, especially if its a Fortune 500 Company. Their fear is rather that getting a commendation for their integrity, they could get black balled, demoted, or phased out. The group is also warning potential high end or executive level managers who possess substantial proof of corporate wrongdoing to not go running to the SEC or the Justice Department either. The Corporate Whistle Blower Center says, "The whistleblower provisions contained in the Dodd Frank Wall Street Reform & Consumer Protection Act could be like a winning lotto ticket for a corporate executive who possesses substantial proof of wrongdoing and securities fraud. We read Conference Call Statements, and we know Fortune 500 Company CEOs lying to the Street, or misstating corporate liabilities is at pandemic levels. If you are honest, and you have the information, why put up with the dishonesty anymore? Call us, and we will help you get you started." For more information please call the Corporate Whistle Blower Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via their web site at http://CorporateWhistleBlowerCenter.Com.

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