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Wells Fargo to pay $24.1 million for improper repossession of servicemembers' cars

The reputation of Wells Fargo & Co. took another blow Thursday when it agreed to pay $24 million for the improper repossession of cars owned by members of the U.S. military. The bank agreed to pay $4.1 million to settle a Justice Department investigation into the repossession of 413 cars without...
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