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Comments for: Rockland bank claims employee embezzled money from brother, and spent some of it on him

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  • Anonymous

    Nothing like sharing the wealth, but, it was not Ms Quinn’s to share.

    • Anonymous

      Sounds like Obamacare.

  • Guest

    She used family’s names, not a stolen ID??  This long time banker wasn’t the brightest employee.

  • Anonymous

    I wonder why she thought none of those who got lines of credit would notice money going missing? How did she explain it to them when they finally caught on? 

    • Tyke

      oops?

    • Anonymous

      Um, let’s see.  Maybe she told them, “I wanted my legacy to read,’She madeoff with Family Funds.’ ”  Hey, if Bernie could do, why couldn’t she?  But seriously, I hope the victims can be made whole again.

    • Millicent

      perhaps she was using the accounts to also make the payments – withdraw money from one equity account, use that money to pay another account. 

  • Anonymous

    I would hold RSB responsible for this “oversight” re: their employee.

  • Anonymous

    I gathered from a previous article that this all started back in June of 2010. I can understand some people may not balance their accounts often, but with the large amounts in these accounts it is difficult to believe no one ever took notice of at least the statements, especially at tax time. The one credit line account that was drawn upon that I took notice of was the home equity line.  Once this line was drawn upon somebody had to pay interest and/or principle monthly. It just seems that there is part of this story missing here.

  • Anonymous

    She needs to be held accountable not the bank. It sounds like she was pretty good at covering tracks for some time and the only reason he isnt suing his sister is because she doesnt have the money. “loss of consortium, the inability of one’s spouse to have normal marital relations, . ” Always an added touch in a lawsuit He has a good lawyer lol. I think this case needs to be handled in a criminal court and at their next family reunion.

  • Anonymous

    All in the family.

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