investigating reports that Wells Fargo used customers' private
information to open unwanted accounts. According to federal regulators,
Wells Fargo opened as many as 1.5 million checking and savings accounts,
and more than 500,000 credit cards, without customers' knowledge or
consent. As a result, customers may have experienced adverse impacts to
their credit ratings and paid higher loan charges and fees and suffered
Federal Authorities Allege Widespread Illegal Banking Practices
Federal Regulators recently determined that Wells Fargo engaged in the
following illegal practices:
Opening unauthorized deposit accounts and transferring funds to those
accounts from legitimate accounts;
Using customers' private information to submit credit card
applications in customers' names without their knowledge or consent;
Enrolling customers in online banking services they did not request;
Using customers' private information to order and activate debit cards
without their knowledge or consent.
Regulators believe these unlawful practices arose as a result of Wells
Fargo imposing unrealistic sales quotas on its employees and failing to
monitor employee activity with adequate care.
Did Wells Fargo Open an Unauthorized Account in Your Name?
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rating as a result of Wells Fargo's opening one or more unauthorized
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