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"As part of our commitment to make things right, we have entered into a $142 million class action settlement related to the opening of unauthorized accounts.
If you believe Wells Fargo opened a checking, savings, credit card, or line of credit account for you without your permission, or if you purchased identity theft protection from us, you may be entitled to compensation from this fund. "

Go to www.WFSettlement.com or call 1-866-431-8549. 

You may be eligible for reimbursement of fees, compensation for potential impact on your credit, and an additional cash payment based on any money remaining in the fund after benefits and costs are paid out.  

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How would you know if they opened an account without permission? I thought that this information was not disclosed to consumers.

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Now, who is too big to fail??!! effing WF.

I can only hope they pay Billions of dollars back in future. WF, Atleast help people who are suffering from Harvey

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This is a crooked bank and I hope they go under and just disappear from the entire solar system!!!!

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"As part of our commitment to make things right, we have entered into a $142 million class action settlement related to the opening of unauthorized accounts.
If you believe Wells Fargo opened a checking, savings, credit card, or line of credit account for you without your permission, or if you purchased identity theft protection from us, you may be entitled to compensation from this fund. "

BULLSHIT!!!  They already know exactly who they did this to and payments should be large and automatic!

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All corporate including all financial, telecom, pharma and high tech companies are money oriented and behaving unethically. It is big lobbying and no one understands how that works. WF was caught and not many. See Google's list: https://www.quora.com/What-are-examples-of-Google-acting-unethic...
http://www.dickmeister.com/id411.html

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The funny thing is that they continue to do that since the last incident. They set the sale goal too high. The employees who don't want to lose their jobs are tempted to open unauthorized accounts.

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ionxchanger said:   Now, who is too big to fail??!! effing WF.

I can only hope they pay Billions of dollars back in future. WF, Atleast help people who are suffering from Harvey

Wells Fargo donates $1 million for Hurricane Harvey relief
  https://www.housingwire.com/articles/41108-wells-fargo-and-jpmor...

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"Wells Fargo donates $1 million for Hurricane Harvey relief"

The new word is: WTWF? (What The Wells Fargo?)

Now that we're into the subject of a company GETTING CAUGHT RED-HANDED and TRYING to do it right for a change... What if WF (they have clients here under the Reliable Financial name) offered at least U$500K for a relief fund for Puerto Rico BEFORE Hurricane Irma passes ( ~ 100mi. or so) just to the north... That could tell REAL good intentions.

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"In for one". LOL

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Rubl said:   How would you know if they opened an account without permission? I thought that this information was not disclosed to consumers.
  I just moved and got a letter from Wells Fargo stating that they received my updated address and have updated my checking account details. I never opened any checking accounts with them!

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DesiVibe said:   
Rubl said:   How would you know if they opened an account without permission? I thought that this information was not disclosed to consumers.
  I just moved and got a letter from Wells Fargo stating that they received my updated address and have updated my checking account details. I never opened any checking accounts with them!

  Tell them you're closing the account and you want the money in it transferred to your real bank. I'd be curious as to what was in this fake account and how they handle the request.

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http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20170911005934/en/Wells-Fa... 
Wells Fargo Donates $1.1 Million for Hurricane Irma Relief

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