(Kim Raff | The Salt Lake Tribune)
Despite spotting suspicious activity, Zions served as a gateway between dubious Internet merchants and their marks — and made money for itself in the process, according to newly unsealed court documents reviewed by The New York Times.
Zions, other banks seen aiding fraud against elderly
Lawsuit » Utah bank denies allegations, says safeguards are in place and that it will tell its side in court.
The New York Times
First Published Jun 11 2013 11:38 am • Last Updated Dec 07 2013 11:33 pm
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