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World Banking World Fraud: Using Your Identity Paperback – October 7, 2011
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So begins this "who done it", which is a biography of sorts, but reads like a detective novel. From the first sentence, you want to know, "what was the nightmare". I couldn't put the book down. Page after page, "what happens next", "who done it". Into the wee hours of the night i had to keep reading till all my questions were answered. It is simply an extremely well written book.
I haven't given credit to the substance, the content, the subject matter. Again, the book is as much about the author, his unbelievable childhood and "pulling himself up by the bootstraps", as it is about what he discovered. But,what he discovered is a whole other story, within this story.
The world of banks and their conduct is on the front pages every day. This book adds another chapter to the daily barrage of banks being fined hundreds of millions of dollars, of the 800 local banks that have failed, of the insiders who passed information and are now going to jail. Hopefully it will promote another investigation of yet another "institution". The author contends he has the support to his claims of a variety of apparently illegal activities. His story is very compelling. I hope it promotes the needed investigation.
Frankly, if I was in the banking business, running an ethical and legitimate bank or credit union, I'd be on the phone tmw begging this guy to come work for me. We need more people like Mr. Cruz to come forward and reveal the fraud and unethical business practices that have become prevalent in America today if we are to have a decent society.
Well done Mr. Cruz, I look forward to hearing about what comes next for you.
neglects the common threads of human decency with it's billion dollar record keeping tricks and thievery, this is a must read for anybody who
wonders what is wrong with big money today. I applaud John Cruz for sharing the painful truths!
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This book is remarkable in that it blows the lid off the rampant corruption in both the international banking system and the government from a firsthand account. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Amazon Customer
Welcome to reality. When moral absolutes are TOTALLY missing in business...look out. I first wondered if this book was fiction and then started looking for other sources about... Read morePublished 9 months ago by velodog revolver
Trying to do the right thing in a corrupt business places you in a precarious position, I admire John's persistence and loyalty to Lou and his values. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Eggie
Self-serving pap. I am no fan of HSBC, but this so-called expose is weak.Published 11 months ago by richard fritze
This book oozes public envy, woe-is-me and self-pity at its finest. The most it expresses on the grand scale is a mere irate employee turned postal. Read morePublished on December 31, 2011 by Irene Spinner