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Earlier this year, JP Morgan & Chase admitted to overcharging thousands of American servicemen and women for their mortgages.

As alarming as this may sound, it would not surprise 31-year-old Air Force veteran, Natasha, who was marching in support of Occupy Wall Street last week.

Name: Natasha

Age: 31

Occupation: Student/ Airforce Veteran

Being that I just came out the Air Force, it’s hard for me to find a job.

Now I’m going to school full-time just seeing if I can keep up with everyone. I’m here with the 99 percent because that’s what I am. One of the 99 percent.

Name: Jamie Dimon

Age: 55

Occupation: CEO and chairman of JPMorgan Chase & Co

Dimon is the current CEO and chairman of JPMorgan Chase & Co.  JPMorgan Chase admitted to overcharging military families on their mortgages, and illegally foreclosing on 14 families, NBC News reported in January.


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