Wells Fargo’s Account Scandal Sends Twitter AbuzzBy
What does it take to get Twitter buzzing? Just ask Wells Fargo & Co. The social networking site caught fire on Sept. 8 after the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced the bank would pay $185 million to resolve allegations that it opened deposit and credit-card accounts that weren’t authorized by customers to satisfy sales goals and earn financial rewards.
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