Wells Fargo Executives Knew How Screwed Up Their Car Insurance Program Was for Years: Lawsuit

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Wells Fargo Executives Knew How Screwed Up Their Car Insurance Program Was for Years: Lawsuit

Wells Fargo Executives Knew How Screwed Up Their Car Insurance Program Was for Years: Lawsuit

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Bank scandals, electric-vehicle production, carmakers spending cash like a kid with too big of an allowance, recall investigations and how the midterm elections affected legislators who deal with the auto industry. All of that and more in The Morning Shift for Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2018.

1st Gear: Here Comes the “You Knew About It” Lawsuit

The new Wells Fargo “re-established in 2018” commercials are all nice and “We’re sorry we screwed up” and all, but its scandals extend wide and far. Just get a load of this one: Reuters reports that a new lawsuit alleges Wells Fargo executives knew how bad the bank’s auto-insurance program was for years.

Our big breakdown on the Wells Fargo insurance scandal is here, but, to be quick: The bank forced around 800,000 people to purchase insurance they didn’t need along with their car loans, pocketing millions that it’s now having to pay back. Wells Fargo called it “collateral protection insurance,” or CPI.

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