Of course Wall Street's most powerful company wouldn't stoop to rigging an online poll, right? In fact, one of their spinners said the bank had “just received this information and is investigating fully”. Yeah, I think they're going to join O.J. Simpson in looking for the perpetrators!
Around 3:41 pm yesterday, the technical team watching the vote counter on a grass root campaign's website noticed that the “no” votes increased dramatically.
A few days ago robinhoodtax.com, asked the public to vote on a "tiny" tax on bankers that would donate no more than .05% of each banking transaction to the poor.
They say it would raise more than $100 billion pounds.
Robin Hood’s security team said that it traced the erroneous votes to two computers, one of which is allegedly registered to Goldman, according to The Telegraph.