On the seventh anniversary of TARP, an alliance of civil society organizations, lawyers and bank employees have come together to create a new platform dedicated especially to bank workers to encourage them to whistleblow on unfair practices.
Whistleblow Wall Street provides a platform for banking and financial sector employees to blow the whistle on unfair practices and corruption. From call center workers that aren’t allowed to go to the bathroom, to bank tellers forced to sell predatory products because of unreasonable sales goals, to high level executives that are pressured and rewarded for engaging in illegal practices, Whistleblow Wall Street aims to help financial sector employees root out the worst practices in the financial industry.
The Government Accountability Project has volunteered as lawyers to speak with anyone or help anyone who is considering blowing the whistle, or who has already blown the whistle and needs help because of reprisal.
Whistleblow Wall Street is a project of The Rules and The Other 98%, a non-profit focused on combatting economic injustice and outsized corporate influence.
If you work in the finance industry, or know someone who does, and think there’s something going on that the world needs to know about, please visit www.whistleblowwallstreet.com to blow the whistle with our support, and encourage others to do the same.
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