Get Rewarded For What You Know & Can Prove

Real Estate Appraiser with Appraiser, Ken Rossman Cert General RZ3504


Americas Watchdog Corporate Whistle Blower Center is an initiative that is focused on assisting whistle blowers who step up to the plate and report corporate fraud, waste or wage and hour abuse.  The corporate fraud or abuse can relate to employees, to the shareholder and or to US taxpayer.  Substantial proof of corporate or shareholder fraud  that is original, substantial and easy to see could result in the hero-whistle blower obtaining  a significant reward for their information or the victim of wage and hour abuse receiving their back pay.  The Corporate Whistle Blower initiative is devoted to helping insiders or employees to step forward with valuable information about corporate wrong doing, fraud, abuse or dishonesty.  Our goal is honesty, fairness and integrity on the part of Corporate America.  We are the national experts in Wall Street fraud, shareholder fraud, taxpayer fraud, and employee wage and hour abuse.


The Corporate Whistleblower Center is taking a no prisoner approach to all corporate wrongdoing and fraud.  We want whistle blowers to get rewarded for their information and we will attempt to make the corporate whistle blowing process safe for them.

With the assistance of courageous men and women who are current or former employees of corporate America we hope to level the playing field for the US consumer, for the American Shareholder and the Taxpayers.


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Kathy Sheehan
Bay Equity, LLC 770-634-4021 - Atlanta, GA
Senior Loan Officer

Good information to share, but being rewarded for doing the right thing?  I don't know if I agree with that.

Feb 08, 2012 09:33 AM #1
Kenneth Rossman
Appraiser, Ken Rossman - Boynton Beach, FL
FL Certified General Real Estate Appraiser #RZ3504

FWIW, theres a ton of mortgage fraud out there and very few in the know have come forward...  I climbed out of the lending cesspool years ago and have never looked back.

Feb 08, 2012 09:39 AM #2
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