- Report: #743180
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Complaint Review: Juniper Bank
Juniper Bank1007 Orange St. Wilmington, DE Internet United States of America
Juniper Bank Barclay's bank Delaware BoB DIAMOND - Juniper/Barclay's new CEO - link to why credit card customes - GOUGED Internet
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The new acting CEO of Barclay as of January 2011 is BOB DIAMOND. In an interview dated June 15, 2011, Diamond states that previous returns were unacceptable. ( a meager $50 Billion). He plans to increase the revenues by "20%" (or $70 Billion)!!!!!!!!
PAY OFF YOUR ACCOUNTS AND CLOSE THEM OUT!!!!!! And if you don't close them out - at least pay them down as fast as you can because the blood suckers are coming after your hard earned dollars.
Bob Diamond is an American Banker who is now the Group Chief Executive of Brittish Bank, Barclays. Barclays, in turn, owns Juniper Bank.
Richard Vague is acting Chairman and CEO of Juniper Bank and Jim Stewart is President. Their address is: 100 South West Street, Wilmington, DE 19801-5015 (posted April 2, 2011).
Bombard them with letters and emails of disgust and anger. Cancel your accounts and send a d**n loud message that WE ARE THE CUSTOMER AND WE DEMAND FAIR RATES without unwarranted annual fees and other fees.
Oh, and by the way, Bob Diamond receives an annual bonus of 6.5 Million (Euro), the largest of any CEO English bank.
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