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My 2013 'Warning' Letter to Wells Fargo's CEO John Stumpf, Part II

Last week I shared a letter I had to written to Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf in March of 2013, regarding the intense sales culture and the negative impact it had on employees, including my sister, who was about to lose her job because she could not meet her sales goals. In that letter, I quoted to him Wells Fargo's Vision Statement: "Our vision has nothing to do with transactions, pushing products or getting bigger for the sake of bigness.
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