"Consumer advocate" spends big on eve of bankruptcy

Credit card company comes after infuriated Tom Martino


Bank of America​, says in a filing made Tuesday in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Denver that Martino charged $13,049 on two credit cards just prior to filing bankruptcy on Sept. 2 and hasn't paid.

Although not at issue, the charges listed in court records show Martino was actually in New York City when his bankruptcy was filed Sept. 2, eating at some of the city's toniest restaurants racking up tabs totaling more than $2,000 in just four days.

Comment: And you know who gets "stuck with bill" for his foolishness ... the very consumers he pretends to protect.

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