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  •  this is a greatly ironic document (7+ / 0-)
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    canyonrat, shirah, 2dot, Tigana, RiaD, ER Doc, phonegery

    Here is one in return: The CV of a techie who is (evidently) proud that he worked for PPC (which, as I documented in the diary, has been shut down by federal court and many of the principals in the company have been prohibitted from holding jobs in banking or finance). Curriculum vitae:

    Lead Developer/Architect, Limited CTO Role (Salaried Employee, plus Profit Sharing)

    Payment Processing Center, LLC / FIrst Liberty Marketing, LLC
           Newtown, PA
           March 2005 - July 2006

           Developed draft (bank cheque) production system for third party processing for various clientele capable of receiving, standardising, processing and reporting from a multitude of data formats...

           Worked with several third party hosts to provide reporting content.  Closely worked with several national and local FDIC backed banking institutions including Wachovia and Bank of America.  Wrote several key return matching applications for order fulfillment.

    Somebody had to be working closely with Wachovia, for such unmitigated fraud to function so smoothly.

    What the hey, here's another interesting document I came across in my research...the Direct Marketing Association's Financial Services Council Roster. It includes a representative from PPC, as well as one from Wachovia Insurance.

    There are several other banks that have representatives on this board, btw, including Citigroup. Just goes to show how far the large banks have crept (back) into the insurance and financial services industries. Gosh, it's almost as if we learned nothing from the roaring '20s.

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