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The Wells Fargo Hustle

This is amazing: The third-largest bank in the country, Wells Fargo, is in big trouble. A federal investigation found that Wells Fargo was opening bank accounts without customers’ permission. Perhaps as many as two million fraudulent accounts.   Source: NPR The post The Wells Fargo Hustle appeared first on The Big Picture.
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