This Week In Cheating: Ken Lewis' Pension

12/01/2009 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011
  • Jeff Kreisler, Get Rich Cheating, Bill Hicks Spirit Award

Bank of America's Ken Lewis Gets A $53 Million Retirement Payment

The Cheater Says:
Guess his pension is just made up of all his employees and investors pensions.

After all, what's a pension? A system wherein the employee gives the boss money for "safekeeping." Good luck with that. Might as well give your little kids to the Catholic Church for "safekeeping." You're not getting either back.

Score another one for The Cheaters.


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