New campaign launched to help Wall Street whistleblowers

On the heels of the seventh anniversary of the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP), Wall Street's bailout for the 2008 financial crisis, a new campaign called Whistleblower Wall Street is encouraging bank employees to take action against illegal financial activity.

Fox Business reports that the goal of the campaign is to teach bank employees how they can report illegal activity through their website. Through an encrypted process on the website, those with knowledge of wrongdoing can disclose statements and submit documents anonymously. The campaign will also teach whistleblowers about their rights and assist them in finding legal representation.

Under the launch, billboards with the phrase "If You See Something, Do Something" advertising the new campaign will be posted around New York City's Financial District and leaflets will be passed out in front of major banks.

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