A fired Ocean Bank employee claims the bank set her up for termination by ordering her to improperly move cash between accounts and open accounts with inadequate background information on customers.

Marta Monzon, who worked in Ocean’s private banking department from 1995 to 2004, alleges in a Miami-Dade Circuit Court lawsuit that a supervisor ordered her to open accounts without an internal checklist indicating customer information was missing or incomplete.

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