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Wells Fargo's woes may be tip of the iceberg

The timeline of Wells Fargo's ongoing cross-selling scandal has been called into question as new details trickle out that suggest unethical sales practices may have been going on for much longer than the company's CEO has indicated. Chief Executive John Stumpf has testified before Congress as saying upper management didn't realize there was a problem with the company's sales practices until 2013, when he learned that at least some of his employees had created bank accounts and opened credit cards in customers' names without their approval to meet sales goals.
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