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LA City Attorney details lawsuit against Wells Fargo




A woman walks by a damaged Wells Fargo branch in downtown Oakland, California on May 02, 2015.
A woman walks by a damaged Wells Fargo branch in downtown Oakland, California on May 02, 2015.
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The city of Los Angeles is suing Wells Fargo Bank for allegedly fostering a culture in which employees frequently opened bogus customer accounts.

The suit alleges Wells put so much pressure on its staff that quotas were met by signing up customers for additional accounts they never authorized.

If you are a Wells Fargo customer and have noticed unusual activity with your account, call the City Attorney’s office at 213 978 8359.

Guests:

Mike Feuer, City Attorney of Los Angeles