I went and checked out the site and I didn't see anything that pertained to this problem except for a line that says to report anything connected with human trafficking with a link to report. Although these things are happening and we should report the crime.
Investments are not only about money all the time, you should really look into what your investing in, this is a huge mistake on your part and I hope its costs you dearly.
After years of a $30 Million 'investment' in such an evil enterprise, it seems a paltry $1 Million 'Mea Culpa' is no where near a meaningful amount.
Force the company and any of it's subsitearies to close down in the United States and do business elsewhere. We don't need scum like that in America. Hit them where it hurts the most for such businesses, in the wallet.
Thank you for posting this petition to end human trafficing--which, as we know, usually affects underage women. Have signed & passed it on. Let's have an end to this--now!
GREED, everywhere, they have a "moral obligation" to the victims!
Does Goldman Sachs know no decent bounds? I've heard it all now!
What kind of words actually get through to the people who are the company? Recompense is a beginning. Maybe the necessary second step.
This company above all else describes the evils of our times and has a deficeit to pay all of us. It can make a small start from its burgeoning coffers here.
Yes, return the bail-out money to the U.S Treasury is a good idea Louisa, and $1-million retribution is not enough. They invested $30-million in this company that did this to women, so why not be held accountable for donating that same amount now to to help these women that were wronged? Really just a drop in the bucket for a company as big as this. Even community service for people of similar situations. Something substantial really needs to be done to get their attention.