Wednesday, July 11, 2012

JPMorgan Chase Employee Accused Of Stealing $100,000 From Customer With Alzheimer’s


It’s about as ugly as a story can get.

Stealing from Alzheimers Patient
Carole Fleck
An employee with JPMorgan Chase in Louisiana has been accused of siphoning $100,000 from the bank account of a customer suffering from Alzheimer’s, according to a lawsuit reported by the Huffington Post.

The JPMorgan employee, who was not identified in the suit, allegedly established a new bank account for Herman Lafayette, who was deemed legally incapacitated as a result of Alzheimer’s diagnosed in 2008.

Then the employee allegedly gave himself a personal debit card on the account and proceeded to withdraw $300 a day over the course of a year.

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