A series of YouTube videos spoofing how Wells Fargo bankers relentlessly pushed lots of products on customers are getting new life online. The New York Times reported that at least some of the videos were produced by former Wells employees and “ and the fact that they were hardly getting rich from hitting their bosses’ targets.”
A series of YouTube videos spoofing how Wells Fargo bankers relentlessly pushed lots of products on customers are getting new life online. The New York Times reported that at least some of the videos were produced by former Wells employees and “ and the fact that they were hardly getting rich from hitting their bosses’ targets.” YouTube
A series of YouTube videos spoofing how Wells Fargo bankers relentlessly pushed lots of products on customers are getting new life online. The New York Times reported that at least some of the videos were produced by former Wells employees and “ and the fact that they were hardly getting rich from hitting their bosses’ targets.” YouTube

Sarcastic YouTube videos mock Wells Fargo’s hard-driving, quota culture

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