Wells Fargo managers are being accused of fueling the creation of bogus accounts, in what may be the first lawsuit by fired or demoted employees since the bank was called out by regulators earlier this month.
Wells Fargo managers are being accused of fueling the creation of bogus accounts, in what may be the first lawsuit by fired or demoted employees since the bank was called out by regulators earlier this month. Paul Sakuma AP
Wells Fargo managers are being accused of fueling the creation of bogus accounts, in what may be the first lawsuit by fired or demoted employees since the bank was called out by regulators earlier this month. Paul Sakuma AP

Former Wells Fargo employees sue bank over high-pressure sales goals

September 26, 2016 4:26 PM

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