Customers trying to sue Wells Fargo for opening sham accounts in their names are being blocked in court by mandatory arbitration clauses. The bank came under fire after it became known that its employees, pushed to the limit by impossible sales goals, opened as many as 2 million bank and credit card accounts without customer authorization.
Customers trying to sue Wells Fargo for opening sham accounts in their names are being blocked in court by mandatory arbitration clauses. The bank came under fire after it became known that its employees, pushed to the limit by impossible sales goals, opened as many as 2 million bank and credit card accounts without customer authorization. CX Matiash Associated Press file
Customers trying to sue Wells Fargo for opening sham accounts in their names are being blocked in court by mandatory arbitration clauses. The bank came under fire after it became known that its employees, pushed to the limit by impossible sales goals, opened as many as 2 million bank and credit card accounts without customer authorization. CX Matiash Associated Press file

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