Wells Fargo Bogus-Account Scandal Said to Draw U.S. ProbePam MacLean and Laura J. Keller
N.Y., California prosecutors said to look at bank, individuals
Bank apologized for opening accounts without customer approval
Federal prosecutors are investigating Wells Fargo & Co. in connection with the bank’s sales practices after it agreed to pay $185 million in fines for opening more than 2 million unauthorized accounts, according to a person familiar with the Justice Department investigation.
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