Wells Fargo Blindsides Customers By Charging Thousands In Overdraft Fees On ‘Closed’ Accounts
But remember, when the chips were down for Wells Fargo the government bent over backward to help Warren Buffett’s company.
Nice way to treat one’s (former) customers.
It seems like barely a quarter goes by without Wells Fargo being exposed for some abusive practices, like opening millions of fake credit card accounts, or selling customers of its auto loans insurance that they didn’t really need (but that the company insisted they did).
In the latest violation, the New York Times reports that Wells Fargo continued to charge overdraft and other charges to customers even after closing their accounts for one of a myriad reasons.