Letter warned Wells Fargo of ‘widespread’ fraud in 2007

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Letter warned Wells Fargo of ‘widespread’ fraud in 2007

Letter warned Wells Fargo of ‘widespread’ fraud in 2007

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Former Wells Fargo CEO, John Stumpf, told congress under oath that he was not notified of a serious fake account problem until 2013.

However, CNNMoney has obtained a 2007 letter addressed to Stumpf that warned of widespread “unethical (and illegal) activity” inside Wells Fargo and the “routine deception and fraudulent exploitation of our clients.”

The letter was written by a Wells Fargo (WFC) employee, who had been transferred from the branch after raising sales concerns, and who later won a federal whistleblower retaliation case against the company.

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