JPMorgan Chase Employee Allegedly Steals $100,000 From Man With Alzheimer’s

JPMorgan was unwilling to disclose the name of the employee targeted in the lawsuit, Green said. Green also told Huffpost that JPMorgan had denied her client’s damage claims in January because “too much time had passed to make a claim.”

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JPMorgan Chase Employee Allegedly Steals $100,000 From Man With Alzheimer’s

Here’s a new one: A JPMorgan Chase employee has been accused of taking advantage of a man suffering from Alzheimer’s by pulling $100,000 from his bank account, according to a new lawsuit.

The curator assigned to make decisions for Herman Lafayette, who is legally incapacitated because of his Alzheimer’s, claims that a JPMorgan employee took advantage of Lafayette after his diagnosis in 2008. According to the lawsuit, the unnamed bank employee stole $100,000 from Lafayette over the course of a year (h/t Courthouse News Service).

A JPMorgan Chase representative told HuffPost that the bank had just been informed of the lawsuit, and that the bank takes “these matters very seriously and will investigate.”

Rest here…

Copy of the suit below…

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Complaint

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3 Responses to “JPMorgan Chase Employee Allegedly Steals $100,000 From Man With Alzheimer’s”
  1. 1ofthemany says:

    Humm Employees now following the steps of the big/little prez cufflink flashing BO$$ I see, seems to run rampant in the World of CHASE ripville, maybe because BO is the Biggest depositor in Chase yep…such good friends they are. Birds of a feather flap together…Scavengers of the human race, must be a disease, they need a good shot to cure them from their misery and ours.

  2. Pamela Edwards says:

    One more stunning example of how our banking system works and not for us.Where is this gentlemans family or excuter of his estate.Terrible way to treat anyone much less someone handicapped by a terminal illness.Well at the least no change in the way they do things and how this ia all handled.You can always bank on this behavior taking place with any bank.

  3. Ken Hansen says:

    Wow, another classy move from JP Morgan Chase. Chase, of course, will quickly dispatch PR that explains how appalled they are at the crimes committed by the wayward employee. Chase reminds us that they are an institution of “high morality, honesty, fairness, ethics and law abiding social responsibility” , in other words “It’s not a crime when we do it, but it is for everyone else!”

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