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IRS seizes hundreds of perfectly legal bank accounts, refuses to give money back
The Internal Revenue Service has been seizing bank accounts belonging to small businesses and individuals who regularly made deposits of less than $10,000, but broke no laws. And the government is ref...
Why Do Banks Really Want Our Deposits?: Hint: It's Not to Finance Loans
Many authorities have said it: banks do not lend their deposits. They create the money they lend on their books.
The Morality Police in Your Checking Account: Chase Bank Shuts Down Accounts of Adult Entertainers
In the latest example of a troubling trend in which companies play the role of law enforcement and moral police, Chase Bank has shut down the personal bank accounts of hundreds of adult entertainers.
100,000 Clients, $100 Billion: The Swiss Leaks Data
The files at the foundation of the Swiss Leaks project are based on data secreted away by Hervé Falciani, a former HSBC employee-turned-whistleblower. He turned the data over to the French government ...
60 Minutes: Stolen Data Shakes Swiss Banking to its Core
Nosheen, Habiba; Rosen, Ira; Whitaker, Bill
60 Minutes' Bill Whitaker investigates the biggest leak in Swiss banking history and examines HSBC's business dealings with a collection of international outlaws.