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What To Do If You're Victim Of Bank Of America PPP Loan Forgiveness Fraud

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What To Do If You're Victim Of Bank Of America PPP Loan Forgiveness Fraud If you're reading this, then it's a fair bet your company, or yourself as a contractor, received a Small Business Administration PPP Loan through Bank Of America, and now are concerned that your loan was not forgiven, even though you followed the rules regarding use of the money sent to your firm, or you. This is to demonstrate that you're not alone and are part of a giant group of people around the country and of different walks, creeds, and colors. We're all bound together by one fact: Bank of America has established a system to gain from the PPP Loan program that was formed ostensibly to help us through the Pandemic. Here's how you can fight back: If you are one of those victimized here are some things to do: Contact the SBA, your State Attorney General, your Congressional Representatives, The Better Business Bureau The Chamber of Commerce your state’s Bank Regulatory Board starting with the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency ( There you will find listed the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), Federal Reserve Board (FRB), National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) and the Conference of State Bank Supervisors (CSBS) Also file a complaint with the SBA Capital Access Financial System to halt any loan guaranty the Bank of America may be depending on from the SBA. If nothing else, consider bringing the matter to a Small Claims Court to force an examination of the terms your Promissory Note. Finally, send your story to me at and I will install it as a blog post on our network. You don't have to use your real name, but it must be a true story. A scan for fake presentations is conducted: the good news is, none have been sent to date. Also, take time to set up your own YouTube channel to tell your story. If you have Gmail, this is easy to do. Just go to your Gmail account, look to the upper right hand corner, click on the tic-tac-toe-like dots logo, and a field of options will open. Just scroll down to the familiar YouTube logo, press it, and you will see a new YouTube page open. The upper right corner has an avatar logo, which, if you click it, will take you to your channel. The tic-tac-toe-like dots logo is also next to a plus sign inside a kind of camera logo. Click on that to upload a video from your desktop. On your phone, you need to download the YouTube app and it will connect with your Gmail account once you go through the prompts. Make sure to tell your story and sent it to your local and national elected officials. Stay tuned. Stay tuned.
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