Charlotte, NC -- The U.S. attorney's office charged a former BB&T employee for allegedly receiving kickbacks
The former BB&T executive vice president, Chester Williams, was charged with bank fraud, according to the Charlotte Business Journal.
Court documents say Williams paid contactors to find lending opportunities with other businesses. He then allegedly paid a contractor twice his normal monthly payment for the kickbacks, according to the paper.
The Charlotte Observer reports Williams accpected more than $100,000 the kickbacks.
Williams was also charged with filing a false tax return.