Saturday, November 19, 2016

Whistleblower Complaint to Chief Sean McKessy, OWB











VIA UPS No: 1Z64589FNW90883932                UPS Next Day Air Saver
                                                                              March 9, 2016           
Sean McKessy, Chief
SEC Office of the Whistleblower                           Mail Stop 5553
100 F Street NE                                                    Mail Stop 5628
Washington, DC 20549                                          Phone: (202) 551-4790
https://www.sec.gov/whistleblower                         Fax: (703) 813-9322

RE: SEC Whistleblower Program; APPLICATION TO CLAIM AN AWARD
https://www.sec.gov/about/offices/owb/owb-awards.shtml
Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act
http://www.consumerfinance.gov/blog/the-cfpb-wants-you-to-blow-the-whistle-on-lawbreakers/

Dear Chief McKessy:

Enclosed is a paper Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Whistleblower Complaint I made yesterday, March 8, 2016, online to whistleblower@cfpb.gov, and acknowledgment.

Since the SEC and CFPB Whistleblower programs originate with the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, can I assume they are essentially the same program?

Please find enclosed my complaint to CFPB/The Florida Bar, which I hereby provide to the SEC/CFPB as a Whistleblower Complaint. I waive confidentiality. It appears Bank of America, the U.S. Department of Justice, and the Florida Attorney General, engaged in fraud to show Bank of America made a bona fide settlement when in fact it did not. See my complaint to TFB:

This complaint concerns two Florida lawyers, Pam Bondi and Mark Hamilton, and Florida’s
$1 billion share of a Bank of America (BofA) settlement announced August 21, 2014 with the
U.S. Department of Justice. Mr. Hamilton, and Ms. Bondi’s office, denied Florida was part of the BofA settlement in response to my public records request. Later I later found a letter dated August 21, 2014 from Jana Litsey, BofA’s Deputy General Counsel, addressed to "Pamela J. Bondi, Esq." Florida State Attorney General, confirming details of the Bank of America settlement:
"Of the $7 billion consumer relief package, we expect just in excess of $1 billion to be effected within the state - in other words, one seventh of the entire package - benefiting almost 17,000 Florida consumers."
Ms. Litsey’s letter was linked on the Florida Attorney General’s website with a press release by Attorney General Bondi. Why then did Hamilton, and Bondi’s office, lie about Florida’s $1 billion share of a BofA settlement benefiting almost 17,000 Florida consumers, where is the money?

Sincerely,

Neil J. Gillespie
8092 SW 115th Loop
Ocala, Florida 34481
Tel. 352-854-7807
Email: neilgillespie@mfi.net


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