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Wells Fargo's Moving to Resolve Another 'Phantom Accounts' Whistleblower Case

Wells Fargo & Co. was negotiating a settlement as recently as last month with Laura Worzella, a former senior vice president in charge of Wells Fargo's operations in the Denver area. Worzella claimed she was unlawfully fired in retaliation for refusing to accept the bank's widespread practice of opening accounts without customer consent.... Read the whole entry... »       
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