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Wells Fargo Internal Whistleblowers on Fake Account Fraud Were Fired; Former HR Official Confirms Retaliation

CNN has just found a smoking gun that should enable prosecutors to bring charges against Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf. We were skeptical early on about the bank’s pious claims that it had fired 5,300 employees for creating phony accounts from 2011 to 2015. It was pretty much certain given that it took outside intervention […]
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