Halloween: Banker scum dressed as homeless foreclosure fraud victim

Posted: November 1, 2011 in TheProblem
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by Gwen Sharp11 hours ago at 12:45 pm

To add to the Halloween spirit, sketchy Halloween costumes and the social significance of costume themes Ann K., Dolores R., Tessa S., Zeynep A., and occasional guest blogger Brady Potts all sent in an opinion column that ran in the New York Times on Friday about a costume party at Steven J. Baum, a law firm near Buffalo, NY. Steven J. Baum specializes in representing banks and mortgage companies as they attempt to foreclose on homes and evict the residents; according to the NYT piece, it is the largest such firm in New York, representing clients such as Bank of America and JP Morgan Chase.

Banker scum dressed as homeless foreclosure fraud victim holds a sign that reads "3rd party squatter - I lost my home & I was NEVER Served" - Please, notice their NAILS. these ladies are by all means NO homeless.

Apparently the company has a big annual Halloween party, with employees encouraged to dress up and the office elaborately decorated.  The theme in one department was… Mocking people who are losing their homes. Part of the office was decorated as “Baum Estates,” a set of foreclosed-upon homes, and some employees dressed up as residents of homes in foreclosure, whom they depict as dirty, pathetic, booze-loving liars.

There is only one thing that goes through my mind and I could say to these “ladies”… And it’s…

  1. jjarow says:

    wow! unbelievable

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