Whistleblower: Wells Fargo fraud "could have been stopped"

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Whistleblower: Wells Fargo fraud “could have been stopped”

Whistleblower: Wells Fargo fraud “could have been stopped”

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When the Wells Fargo banking scandal erupted nationally in 2016, amid allegations that bank employees were encouraged to open credit card accounts for customers without their knowledge, leading to even larger, systemic fraud, Jessie Guitron was at home saying “I told you so.”

The scandal rocked the nation and cost the Wells Fargo CEO his job, along with more than 5,000 other company employees. For Guitron, it was too little, too late. She had been ringing the alarm over what she saw as fraud for years.

“It could have been stopped” she tells Alex Ferrer, host of the CBS series “Whistleblower,” airing Friday, Aug. 3 at 9/8c.

[CBS]

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