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Congress Should Act In The Wake Of Wells Fargo Scandal

Americans are furious at Wells Fargo, as they should be. Consumers must be able to trust their banks. But by Wells’ own assessment, it breached that trust as many as two million times in four years alone: The bank misused customers’ personal data to open unwanted accounts, failed to tell customers about it, and frequently transferred money without customer knowledge to accounts customers never authorized.
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