Hacker group releases BofA employee correspondence

    Date14 Mar 2011
    CategoryLatest News
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    Posted ByAlex
    Anonymous, a hacker group sympathetic to WikiLeaks, released on Monday emails that it obtained from someone who said he is a former Bank of America Corp employee. In the emails dating from November 2010, people that appear to be employees of a Balboa Insurance, a Bank of America insurance unit, discuss removing documents from loan files for a group of insured properties.

    Neither the emails nor correspondence released by Anonymous indicate the reason behind the electronic record keeping discussion.

    A representative of Anonymous told Reuters on Sunday the documents relate to the issue of whether Bank of America has improperly foreclosed on homes. The representative added that he had not seen the documents, but he has been briefed on their contents.

    Consumer groups have accused major U.S. lenders of foreclosing on many homes without having proper documentation in place.

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