World Banking World Fraud: Using Your Identity

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From life as a young orphan to the American dream to a corporate nightmare of fraud and money laundering. John Cruz is a survivor. In his new book, World Banking World Fraud, Cruz describes his extraordinary rise from poverty to inside a world bank where he uncovered and documented the systemic fraud and money laundering that eventually led to his termination.

Cruz first became aware of the fraud in 2009 when he was named vice president; senior business relationship manager ...

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Overview

From life as a young orphan to the American dream to a corporate nightmare of fraud and money laundering. John Cruz is a survivor. In his new book, World Banking World Fraud, Cruz describes his extraordinary rise from poverty to inside a world bank where he uncovered and documented the systemic fraud and money laundering that eventually led to his termination.

Cruz first became aware of the fraud in 2009 when he was named vice president; senior business relationship manager (SBRM) over some of HSBC's highest producing branches on Long Island. There he learned that managers at HSBC were so effective because they were establishing fraudulent accounts. He discovered and documented multiple phantom businesses with active accounts but was explicitly told by management to forget what he saw.

Cruz recently said of the fraud, : What I realized quickly was that this wasn't a one-time thing, or the activities of a few people. What I found at HSBC was systemic and international, I wrote my book, World Banking World Fraud, because no company should be above the law, no matter how big it is or how much money it has.

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Jack Unknown
I LOVE this book! Could not put it down either. As a former HSBC employee I believe every word of it. Well done John Cruz!
Ted Bendelow
"I had only held this position for a little over a month,and it was already a nightmare."
So begins this "who done it", which is a biography of sorts, but reads like a detective novel. From the first sentence, you want to know, "what was the nightmare". I couldn't put the book down. Page after page, "what happens next", "who done it". Into the wee hours of the night i had to keep reading till all my questions were answered. It is simply an extremely well written book.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781463786595
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 10/7/2011
  • Pages: 276
  • Sales rank: 983,316
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.58 (d)

Meet the Author

John Cruz was your ordinary family man. He put himself through college and worked his way up the corporate ladder. He excelled at and enjoyed working with bank customers.
Everything in John's life changed when he wouldn't turn a blind eye to money laundering, identity theft and bank fraud.
Most employees would go along with what they found to keep their job. John's early life struggles and strong ethics he learned in the beginning of his career guided him through this nightmare.


He's lost his job, his family was threatened and he still feels that everyone needs to know what goes on behind the scenes of a major bank.


For his sake, we hope he remains safe and will someday get back to a normal family life.
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