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Old 07-11-2010, 04:39 PM
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Default Corren Chang vs US Loan Auditors

Corren Chang Sued US Loan Auditors for wrongful termination and in violation of public policy (Whistle Blower)

7. The Plaintiff's job duties as a an Account
Executive/Fraud Investigator (sales representatives) consisted as
a of calling customers from multiple sources that were provided
to the Plaintiff by Defendant US Loan Auditors to attempt to
enlist them into a contract to perform forensic loan auditing and
to then enlist them into a contract for legal services with US
Legal Advisors which was a branch of US Loan Auditors. This work
was a part of the regular business of US Loan Auditors. The
Plaintiff was instructed to enlist these customers into a
contract with the other branch of Defendant Employer; US Legal
Advisors. Among the mandatory rules, procedures and
requirements, and/or characteristics of the Plaintiff's job were
the following:
a. There were no special skills required for this sales
b. All the Plaintiff's daily activities were.under the
direct control of her supervisor;


u. US Loan Auditors had the ability to fire the sales
20 reps; evinced by the fact that the Plaintiff was fired
21 on October 9, 2009, because, she was informed by the
22 principals, she was too aggressive in speaking up for
23 the customers who were being defrauded.
11. The Plaintiff disclosed to the Defendant Employer what
she reasonably believed were violations of state and/or federal
statutes, and/or noncompliance with state and/or federal
regulations as follows:
a. That there was improper/illegal acts between Defendant
US Loan and US Legal Advisors that were conflicts in
interest and detrimental to the customers;
b. That fraud was being committed by Defendants against
the customers of US Loan and US Legal Advisors on a
daily basis;
c. That Defendant US Loan was committing, and/or
conspiring to commit with US Legal Advisors violations
of the prohibition of attorneys/non-attorneys sharing

d. That there were violations of Business & Professions
Code 17200, et seq., and Penal Code 484 (theft);
2 e. That customers were charged fees and no work was done
3 on their accounts;
4 f. That excessive fees were charged to customers knowing
5 that the promised work for these exorbitant fees would
6 never be accomplished;
7 g. That a disbarred attorney was providing legal advice;
8 with at least one customer asserting that said
9 disbarred attorney was this customers' attorney;
10 h. That an attorney for US Loan Auditors was illegally
11 asserting a property interest in a customer's property.
12 I. That funds/money/assets were being illegally co-
13 mingled; and,
14 j. That other illegal and non-compliant activities were
15 taking place on a daily basis.
16 12. In retaliation for disclosing what she reasonably
17 believed were violations of state and/or federal statutes and/or
18 non-compliance with state and/or federal regulations, Chang was
19 wrongfully terminated in violation of public policy on/about
20 October 9, 2009

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