M & I Bank Complaint - Letter to Department of Justice
PHOENIX, ARIZONA -- Deputy Director
Office of Consumer Litigation
US DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
U.S. Department of Justice
950 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20530-0001
This is in response to your letter dated December 01 2010 which indicates that either I did not make my position clear in my email or The Department of Justice has misunderstood my entire complain. I am not seeking private legal advice or any kind of representation for the injustice done to me.
My only reason for complaining to the DOJ is HOW CAN A FDIC INSURED BANK GET AWAY WITH DISCRIMINATION, CONPERICEY AND SUCCESSFULLY DRIVE A MINORITY SENOIR CITIZEN SMALL BUSINESS OWNER INTO CHAPTER II. As I mentioned in my email that since M & I Bank wanted to sever all relations with my business (still do not know the reason) why did they not let me refinance my business instead KNOWINGLY sold my note to a developer (TradeCor Desert Sky II LLC) who had all intentions to destroy us. My SBA 7A loan through Wells Fargo Bank was being processed and seeking payoff statement from M & I Bank. Mr. [removed] of M & I Bank sent a payoff statement of over $2.00M so that I do not qualify for this SBA loan and few weeks later sold my note to Mr. of TradeCor Desert Sky II for $1.2M.
Was Mr. of M & I Bank bribed? Or is he a raciest? This is very serous and the Department of Justice needs to look into this. I am definitely not asking the DOJ to recover my monetary losses.
Please treat this matter as URGENT and investigate why my family business was driven into Chapter II and a family of four is being deprived of their livelihood. If this as asking for too much then there is no Justice prevailing in the Federal Government’s Department of Justice.