Former Black Employee Accuses JPMorgan Chase of Racial Profiling

Ricardo M. Peters was employed by JPMorgan Chase as a financial advisor in Phoenix, Arizona for 10 years.
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A former Black financial advisor at JPMorgan Chase, who previously alleged racial discrimination against the banking giant, is taking the firm to task once more.

Ricardo M. Peters was employed by JPMorgan Chase as a financial advisor in Phoenix, Arizona for 10 years. However, theGrio reported last summer that Peters claimed the company passed him over for promotions, treated him differently from his white peers, and was retaliated against after he believes being unjustly fired.

Peters filed suit against JPMorgan Chase and according to him, the two sides entered into a mutual agreement late last year.

However, Peters has now alleged that he was the victim of racial profiling after attempting to renegotiate two Chase cashier checks that were payable to him on December 14, 2020, at a Chase branch in Arizona.

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