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Wells Fargo Faces Grassroots Backlash Via Viral Facebook Campaign

``"I urge customers to vote with their feet by closing their accounts and moving to competitors or credit unions," he wrote. "This is the ONLY way to get Bankers to listen, as most of them only care about the BOTTOM LINE." In eight days, his post gathered 50,000 shares.''
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