Scandal-Plagued Bank To Refund Some FeesWells Fargo plans to refund as many as 110-thousand customers who paid mortgage rate lock extension fees.
Wells Fargo Says 3.5 Million Accounts Involved In Scandal Wells Fargo expanded the scope of their fake account scandal to 3.5 million accounts that were potentially opened without customers' permission from 2009 to 2016. 
Wells Fargo Faces Shareholders, Protesters At Annual MeetingWells Fargo's top management faced shareholders and protesters and apologized for the recent scandal over sales practices and ultimately kept their jobs.
Card-Free Transactions Coming Soon To An ATM Near YouWells Fargo says its customers will soon be able to take out cash from its ATM’s without an ATM card.
Man Sought In Ft. Lauderdale Bank RobberyThe FBI has released surveillance pictures a man caught on camera robbing a Wells Fargo bank branch in Ft. Lauderdale.
Attorney General Leads Criminal Probe Of Wells Fargo BankCalifornia's attorney general is leading a criminal investigation into whether employees at San Francisco-based Wells Fargo bank stole customers' identities in the sales practices scandal that rocked the bank and cost its CEO his job, documents released Wednesday show.
Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf Steps Down Amid Sales ScandalWells Fargo's CEO is retiring effective immediately as the nation's second-largest bank is roiled by a scandal over its sales practices.
Wells Fargo Fined $185M For Improper Account Openings, Fires ThousandsWells Fargo is being fined $185 million after the bank's employees illegally opened millions of unauthorized accounts for their customers in order to meet sales goals, according to state and federal regulators.
ATMs To Ditch The Card For SmartphonesSmartphones are becoming more integrated into our everyday lives. Now several banks will soon allow the smartphone to replace our ATM cards.
FBI Releases Photos of Lighthouse Point Bank RobberyWells Fargo Bank Robbery 10/2/2015
Miami Lawsuits On Mortgage Discrimination To ContinueThe city of Miami's lawsuits claiming three major banks engaged in discriminatory mortgage lending practices for years will continue in federal court.
Court Clears Way For Miami Lawsuits Against BanksA federal appeals court Tuesday said the city of Miami can pursue lawsuits alleging that three major banks violated the Fair Housing Act by targeting minorities for predatory loans.

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