Banking And Finance, Regulation And Deregulation, Wells Fargo &

Banking And Finance, Regulation And Deregulation

The Price of Wells Fargo’s Fake Account Scandal: $3 Billion

The bank reached a settlement with federal prosecutors and the Securities and Exchange Commission after abusing customers.


Wells Fargo agreed to pay $3 billion to settle charges after millions of fake accounts were opened in customers' names, the Justice Department said

The bank reached a settlement with federal prosecutors and the Securities and Exchange Commission after abusing customers.

Wells Fargo has agreed to pay $3 billion to settle criminal charges and a civil action stemming from its widespread mistreatment of customers in its community bank over a 14-year period, the Justice Department announced on Friday.The penalty, while large, is not record breaking. In 2015, a judge ordered BNP Paribas to pay nearly $9 billion for sanctions violations. Friday’s fine is not even the largest against Wells Fargo. In 2012, when the country’s five largest banks

Senior Justice Department officials told journalists in a briefing on Friday that the bank’s payments to other authorities, including

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oh god thats terrible you cant get a long or a credit card from the bank but you can take money from poor people wells fargo should be careful who they hire it just cost them 3 billion dollars but who get the money the bank custermers do i get some of the law suite

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