Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Whistleblower busts Barclay’s bank for selling customer data

Yesterday, in an effort to gain customer confidence back, 90000 Dutch bankers swore a public oath to God that they would henceforth follow ethical standards and refrain from any fraudulent activity.  And while this propagandist ploy may halt some criminal activity for a time in Holland, it doesn’t appear that ethical behavior is becoming an industry wide program.
Because on Feb. 9, a whistle blower within Barclay’s bank set off a firestorm when he/she provided information to the press that Barclay’s was stealing and selling the confidential financial data of thousands of their clients.


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