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MrMcGreenGenes 17 points ago +17 / -0

How can she not have access to her money? They can't just hold it hostage.

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Here_we_go 7 points ago +7 / -0

Mailed a check to her address.

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that1guy1981 6 points ago +6 / -0

Serious question here. They denied her access to her money for several days, after she was travelling with no notice. If I empty someone's account or wallet, and then several days later mail them a check back I am guilty of theft plain and simple.

What state did this happen in? The amount of the theft is clearly grand theft, but the fact that the bank gave it back means we should show them some leniency lets get a DA or State AG with Brass balls to charge the Well's Fargo's Executives with Felony Grand Larceny, but offer them a misdeamonor plea bargain because they gave the money back. Arrest them, hold them for 3 days, and then charge them so they have to spend 3 days in Jail. As part of the plea offered, give them time served in Jail the 3 days before they were charged, and 24 hours of community service. They stole this senators money to humiliate her. Lets humiliate them, and if they want to fight it, they can fight 3+ felony charges each. Simply choosing not to do business with someone typically involves some form of notice and immediate payment, they stole this womans money and sat on it to humiliate her, there's no other way of looking at it.

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d3plor4ble 15 points ago +15 / -0

Wells Fargo lost a $200M class action lawsuit brought by its own clients, for theft and fraud. If you still bank with them, you are a fool.

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abstr4ct 5 points ago +5 / -0

What this guy said. Use a credit union. Or you are a fool.

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Icanbememe 6 points ago +6 / -0

I just pulled out of WF to local credit union, while there I discussed refi of my mortgage. The banker helping me says they don't require PMI, not even on the 100% loans they offer. I said I was led to believe by WF that was a law and all institutions would require it. Nope! It's up to the lender and their policy. DAMN! I paid PMI for 11 years, prob threw 40k down the drain due to deceptive practices. (And I know now that I should have investigated further and not just take their word for it)

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CharlieMike 3 points ago +3 / -0

Don’t trust any thing you are told and only half of what you see. There are many, many deceptive practices going on out there...

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Hunter_loves_2_feet 6 points ago +6 / -0

Take all your money out of big banks. Get a local credit union and screw these banks hard. Fuck em.

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electricboogaloo 5 points ago +5 / -0

Give’em hell

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IeatCrakerzNbed 1 point ago +1 / -0

Tell them to bake her fucking cake bigot!!