At WeidnerLaw, we sue companies and individuals that rip off consumers. We protect consumers from scams and from scam artists. Regardless of your political affiliation, you need to read the documents and understand the allegations against Donald Trump, because Trump University was nothing short of a straight out scam that preyed on people. How do I know this? What’s the basis for my statement? I’ve read nearly 10,000 pages of complaints and documents that were part of Pam Bondi’s aborted investigation into her pal, her campaign contributor.
The details in the thousands of pages are gut wrenching and infuriating. Old and poor people who were conned by false promises of content and coaching. Sick people and people that were vulnerable. All of them preyed upon by a sophisticated marketing machine that cared only about making money.
Reading through all the pages is really quite eye opening. I suspect that many of these pages are part of the tens of thousands of pages that are part of the federal lawsuit, but everyone of them tells a story that should not be ignored. Read for yourself and come to your own conclusions.
TALLAHASSEE — Attorney General Pam Bondi’s political troubles deepened Wednesday when she was slapped with three complaints accusing her of unethical conduct for soliciting campaign donations from Donald Trump while her office was reviewing consumer complaints against Trump University.
The complaints were filed with the Florida Commission on Ethics, Florida Elections Commission and Florida Bar by J. Whitfield Larrabee, a Boston lawyer who said he acted after reading news accounts of Bondi having solicited a $25,000 donation from the Donald J. Trump Foundation in September 2013.
In his Bar complaint, Larrabee accused Bondi, an attorney, of violating rules of professional conduct that prohibit dishonesty and fraud.
“Pamela Bondi’s actions suggest a conflict of interest and create the appearance of impropriety,”