Wells Fargo agrees to class-action settlement over its sales practices

The Wells Fargo class-action settlement, which still requires court approvals, is expected to encompass anyone who claims the San Francisco-based bank opened accounts or enrolled them in products without their consent. Those customers must have been affected by the practices from a period covering January 2009 until last September, when the bank agreed to $185 million in fines with authorities.

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