Richard Eggers Fired From Wells Fargo For 'Stupid Stunt' He Committed Nearly 50 Years Ago

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Richard Eggers Fired From Wells Fargo For ‘Stupid Stunt’ He Committed Nearly 50 Years Ago

Richard Eggers Fired From Wells Fargo For ‘Stupid Stunt’ He Committed Nearly 50 Years Ago

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A “stupid stunt” that took place nearly 50 years ago has cost one Iowa man his job at Wells Fargo.

The bank fired Richard Eggers from his job of seven years as a customer service representative after the company found out about a decades-old run-in with the law, the Des Moines Register reports. In 1963 Eggers got caught putting a cardboard cut-out of a dime in a washing machine at a laundromat.

“It was a stupid stunt and I’m not real proud of it, but to fire somebody for something like this after seven good years of employment is a dirty trick when you come right down to it,” Eggers told the Register. “And they’re doing this kind of thing all across the country.”

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One Response to “Richard Eggers Fired From Wells Fargo For ‘Stupid Stunt’ He Committed Nearly 50 Years Ago”

  1. Charles Reed says:

    They have still got subprime loan officer crooks working in the branches who were directly involve in the housing crisis but this guy and something 50yrs ago? What about the clowns that were steering customers into subprime loans?

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