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tammybarney

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WELLS FARGO exec claims fired for NOT scamming customers...
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If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.
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Aw he has his hand in a bandage to play the sick old man. Poor guy. He probably gave to the Clinton Foundation so he's off the hook.


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PNC should be next
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If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.
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Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf retires effective immediately in wake of scandal over bank's sales practices and will receive NO severance

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Wells Fargo's embattled CEO John Stumpf has resigned, effective immediately, as the nation's second-largest bank is roiled by a scandal over its sales practices.

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Two former Wells Fargo staff file $2.6 billion lawsuit against scandal-hit bank claiming staff were under pressure to create fraudulent accounts or be fired

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The lawsuit, for both former and current Wells Fargo employees in California over the past 10 years, focuses on those who followed the rules and were penalized for not meeting sales quotas.

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I first published this in 2013!!!!  I warned people then that Wells Fargo is a crooked bank!  All management belongs in JAIL! Here 3 years later - the Plain Truth:

Outrage grows as Wells Fargo executives are spared the chopping block after 5,300 employees were fired for creating millions of fake accounts

[3821BEAD00000578-0-image-m-43_1473450552896] A customer fraud probe cost 5,300 Wells Fargo employees their jobs - but regulators stopped short of pointing any fingers at the bank's executives. Pictured, Wells Fargo CEO John
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Don’t Leave Your Money in the Bank Without Reading This First

 
[can-we-call-it-fascism-yet]Dave Hodges
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According to Naomi Wolf’s New York State Supreme Court complaint, she first discovered “unexplained activity” on her three Washington Mutual (WaMu) checking accounts in 2005. The prominent feminist author claims that she diligently sought to “monitor the activity of her accounts.” However, Wolf was blocked in her own self-monitoring efforts when WaMu stopped sending her monthly statements and denied her access to her online account. The net result of WaMu’s alleged actions is that Wolf alleges that more than $300,000 was stolen from her three accounts and this resulted in her filing a law suit against the bank. What happened to Naomi Wolf is going to be played out all across this country. And we are not going to have long for all of us to realize that we are Naomi Wolf.

What Used to Be Unthinkable Is the New Norm

“. . . the game itself changed. By raiding the depositors’ accounts, a major central bank has gone where they would not previously have dared. The Rubicon has been crossed.”  -- Eric Sprott and Shree Kargutkar, “Caveat Depositor
 
America, we now live in a thugocracy. The banksters are using the power of government to steal from Americans. These banksters control the Congress, the President and the judges. There is seemingly nobody who is beyond their sphere of influence, as these criminals are the poster children for the old adage which states that “Every man has his price”.
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Wells Fargo Customer Explains How $500 Loan Resulted In $3,000 In Fees

Wells Fargo Customer Explains How $500 Loan Resulted In $3,000 In Fees

Wells Fargo claims that its Direct Deposit Advance loans are not payday loans, in spite of the fact that they are short-term, high-interest loans that are supposed to be paid off at the borrower’s next payday. One California woman says she assumed that Wells Fargo wouldn’t be steering her into a sketchy payday-like product, but then she ended up going around the debt carousel 63 times in five years — and paying $3,000 in fees on a $500 loan. [More]

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Wells Fargo Horror stories   Click here to ad your complaints

Welcome to http://www.WellsFargoWarning.com!  I created this site to tell the story of my experience with Wells Fargo Bank, and to invite all of you to submit your own stories which I will also post to this site.  Information on how you can do that is at the bottom of this page.  But most importantly, this site should give you an idea of how you could expect to be treated by Wells Fargo in the unfortunate event that a problem should arise.

If you’re like me, then you’re sick and tired of being cheated, bullied, and lied to by large organizations like Wells Fargo and are not going to stand around and do nothing about it.  It’s time to send them a clear message and affect them where it counts, their “bottom line”, because that’s obviously the only thing they care about.  They don’t care about you or me or even what’s right or wrong.  Together we can force Wells Fargo to get their act together and begin respecting their customers.  Working together on this we can make a difference, but rest assured I have no intention of letting up until Wells Fargo changes their behavior toward customers and starts behaving ethically!  In the meantime, I urge you to close your accounts at Wells Fargo and take your hard earned money elswhere.



Aug 15 07:16

Your mortgage documents are fake!

If you know about foreclosure fraud, the mass fabrication of mortgage documents in state courts by banks attempting to foreclose on homeowners, you may have one nagging question: Why did banks have to resort to this illegal scheme? Was it just cheaper to mock up the documents than to provide the real ones? Did banks figure they simply had enough power over regulators, politicians and the courts to get away with it? (They were probably right about that one.)

A newly unsealed lawsuit, which banks settled in 2012 for $95 million, actually offers a different reason, providing a key answer to one of the persistent riddles of the financial crisis and its aftermath. The lawsuit states that banks resorted to fake documents because they could not legally establish true ownership of the loans when trying to foreclose.

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Court: Wells Fargo Misled Customers About Debit Card Transactions But Doesn’t Have To Pay Back $203 Million (Yet)

It was a good news/bad news day at the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals yesterday, as the court set aside a $203 million judgement against Wells Fargo for the way it processed debit card transactions, but kept the door open to hope that consumers might see some of that money. [More]

Mega Banks, ATF True Culprits Behind Mexican Drug and Gun Violence

 

 

 

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President Obama, during a recent visit to Mexico, pointed the finger at Americans' use of illegal drugs and guns for Mexico’s plague of violence. “Much of the root cause for violence that has been happening here in Mexico, for which so many Mexicans have suffered, is the demand for illegal drugs in the United States,” Obama said. He continued, “Most of the guns used to commit violence here in Mexico come from the United States.”

The fact is, this story goes much deeper. It is true that there is a demand for drugs in the United States, but we should ask these vital questions: Who has facilitated this situation? Who is supporting the drug lords?

Looking into this story, we can reasonably conclude that the American people are scapegoats for the crimes of money laundering banks and the ATF.

 

Worst Company In America Round 1: Chase Vs. Wells Fargo


The tournament’s first banking battle gets Day Three of WCIA competition off with a bang! [More]


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2 Chronicles 7:14                

If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.
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I think more and more Americans are going to be pulling money out of their banks because of the fear of losing ones money - just like what happened in the great crash of 1929. We are finding out every day that banks are not in good shape and that the FED doesn't have enough to keep them afloat! There is 10 TRILLION in US banks, yet the FDIC only has $250 BILLION!  Do the math - it is not pretty...
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A Reason to Stop Banking with Wells Fargo

Even though deciding which TBTF is the worst is like a having an ugly contest between Cinderella’s sisters, Wells Fargo may deserve pride of place. Yes, the Vampire Squid sorta owns the government. JP Morgan has too many people believing it didn’t need a bailout during the crisis. Ahem, what about a $76 trillion derivatives clearing operation don’t you understand? If AIG or Morgan Stanley had failed post Lehman, JPM would have been next. And it is the most aggressive bank I have come across in the “gotcha” fees and bait and switch as far as retail customers are concerned.


Bank Forecloses On Elderly Woman Over $49 in Unpaid Taxes

 

 
And the taxes were actually paid...

Joe Wright
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There are some stories that are so over the top as an example of the brazen disregard for human dignity that they defy imagination. But, we know that truth is stranger than fiction . . . and this latest event is certainly proof of that.

Foreclosure fraud has become institutionalized within a corrupt banking structure; it began at the top with banks such as BoA and has trickled down into nearly every community. For example, one couple had their home in Tampa foreclosed on even after they had paid off the full amount in cash. Countless others have been victims of mortgage payment modification schemes.



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Wells Fargo has been screwing good Americans daily. Soldiers, grannies and good ole Americans - and you won't believe the horror stories.  Read on.........
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