One way to acquire downpayment is to steal from a homeless

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Real Estate Agent with (408) 425-1601 CA bre 1519182

                                                                      Sam Shueh

                                                                 Realty One Group

                                                                  Silicon Valley, CA

 

One way to buy a home is put downpayment and taking money away from a homeless.

 

This is a problem in America. Bank Tellers do not make enough money but figured out a way to steal savings from a homeless street hawker who has an account.  According to the news the homeless brought a garbage bag with money opened an account. The Wells Fargo teller withdrew the fund and put as down payment for a house and took several vacations with someone money. 

 

It took two years to take notice as customer has no email or contact and did not know his account  fraudulently compromised. This took place over a two years. Both the CEO and tell get similar treatment. I think 30 months jail sentence behind bars is too lenient.  

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Should you be in need of real estate servicing in Silicon Valley please contact Sam Shueh

at (408) 425-1601 SamShuehRealtor at Gmail.com  

 

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Shueh, Sam  How is my Silicon Valley home worth? (Silicon Valley Home Values)

Silicon Valley July 2016  Real Estate(San Jose area real estate update)

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Rainmaker
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Doug Dawes
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Sam Shueh that is a very concerning story. It shows the evil within the human race. I hope the homeless had their money returned 

Sep 30, 2017 11:56 AM #1
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Any conversion crime deserves the full weight of the law upon the backs of the criminals regardless of whether the injured party was homeless or not. White Collar Crime steals more money in one day than all armed bank robberies in the World for a year.

Sep 30, 2017 03:03 PM #2
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Wells Fargo got its hands full with so many bad stories coming out. I think it is the same anywhere you go.

Sep 30, 2017 06:36 PM #3
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