The campaign of Democrat presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and her allies in the liberal media have repeatedly referred to Republican rival Donald Trump as nothing more than a con artist pulling a big scam on his foolish supporters and the rest of the American people.
However, according to a report cited by Herman Cain, it would appear that Clinton’s campaign was the one running a scam — one perpetrated against Clinton’s own low-income supporters, of all people.
The campaign has been “purposefully and repeatedly” overcharging the credit and debit cards of Clinton supporters who have made small one-time donations to her White House bid, according to a report from theObserver that cited multiple sources.
This has been happening so often that the fraud department of a major bank has reportedly been receiving nearly 100 calls daily from duped donors filing a complaint or requesting a refund of the unauthorized charges.
“We get up to 100 calls a day from Hillary’s low-income supporters complaining about multiple unauthorized charges,” claimed an anonymous source in the Wells Fargo fraud department, who wished to remain unnamed due to fears that his job security could be threatened if he went public with what he had discovered.
“We don’t investigate fraudulent charges unless they are over $100,” explained the fraud specialist, stating that the overcharging began during the spring primary season. “The Clinton campaign knows this, that’s why we don’t see any charges over the $100 amount, they’ll stop the charges just below $100. We’ll see her campaign overcharge donors by $20, $40 or $60 but never more than $100.”
The source explained further that the bank had been refunding unauthorized charges totaling upward of $700 – $1,200 on a near daily basis.
He also stated that many of these donors have informed the bank that they first attempted to clear the matter up through the campaign, to no avail, forcing them to contact the bank to stop the unauthorized charges and return the fraudulently charged funds.
“They will call the Clinton campaign to get their refund and the issue never gets resolved,” he said. “So they call us and we just issue the refund. The Clinton campaign knows these charges are small potatoes and that we’ll just refund the money back.”
He further stated that this sort of overcharging scheme was often used by “seedy porn companies” and that the problem was probably bigger than anyone realized, since they only knew of the overcharging due to bank members noticing it on their own.
He surmised that there were probably plenty of other donors who have been scammed as well but never noticed the extra $20 or so that had been taken in unauthorized charges later.
He also noted that as far as he knew, his bank had not received a single complaint of such a thing happening to donors to the Trump campaign, though he described himself as apolitical.
“I’m only talking to you because what Hillary’s doing is so messed up,” he said. “She’s stealing from her poorest supporters.”
Nor was the problem confined only to Wells Fargo. It has also been reported by customers of U.S. Bank and other financial institutions, according to the report, with one overcharged customer even filing a complaint with their state prosecutor and the Federal Election Commission after the campaign refused to accept responsibility or stop the unauthorized charges.
The lengthy report included several accounts from individuals who claimed to have been fraudulently overcharged by the Clinton campaign, including reports of similar incidents during Clinton’s 2008 campaign. We encourage you to take the time to read the full report.
If true, this is especially unbecoming of someone who purports to be a champion of middle-class and low-income citizens.
Sadly, the liberal media won’t touch this story with a 10-foot pole unless they are forced to do so, which means alternative media outlets and engaged individuals on social media need to do what the alleged journalists won’t — spread this story far and wide until it garners the attention it deserves.
H/T Cain TV