Wells Fargo has said its workers started trying to boost sales by opening unauthorized deposit and credit card accounts for customers as early as 2011. Chief Executive John Stumpf told the Senate Banking Committee last month that Wells is looking into whether the illegal activity could have begun as early as 2009.
Wells Fargo has said its workers started trying to boost sales by opening unauthorized deposit and credit card accounts for customers as early as 2011. Chief Executive John Stumpf told the Senate Banking Committee last month that Wells is looking into whether the illegal activity could have begun as early as 2009. Paul Sakuma Associated Press file
Wells Fargo has said its workers started trying to boost sales by opening unauthorized deposit and credit card accounts for customers as early as 2011. Chief Executive John Stumpf told the Senate Banking Committee last month that Wells is looking into whether the illegal activity could have begun as early as 2009. Paul Sakuma Associated Press file

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