Wells Fargo knew as early as March 2016 that a regulator was formally investigating its sales practices, according to emails obtained by the Observer that shed more light on when the San Francisco-based bank became aware of the probe. Pictured: Customers at Wells Fargo ATMs in California.
Wells Fargo knew as early as March 2016 that a regulator was formally investigating its sales practices, according to emails obtained by the Observer that shed more light on when the San Francisco-based bank became aware of the probe. Pictured: Customers at Wells Fargo ATMs in California. Paul Sakuma AP
Wells Fargo knew as early as March 2016 that a regulator was formally investigating its sales practices, according to emails obtained by the Observer that shed more light on when the San Francisco-based bank became aware of the probe. Pictured: Customers at Wells Fargo ATMs in California. Paul Sakuma AP
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Emails show Wells Fargo kept sales probe to itself for at least 6 months

January 11, 2017 6:04 PM