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Not Fake News: Wells Fargo Forced Unwanted Auto Insurance On 800,000 Borrowers

Thursday, July 27, 2017 19:47
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Wells Fargo Forced Unwanted Auto Insurance On 800,000 Borrowers One year after Wells Fargo was busted in the biggest post-financial crisis scandal, when Warren Buffett’s favorite bank was exposed for fraudulently “cross-selling” bank products, including creating millions of credit cards and bank accounts to its customers that were never requested, and which cost the former … Read more


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  • Anonymous

    Do any of the borrowers realistically deserve a mortgage or to drive. I’m asking from a blue border state, here.

    I see the principle of collusion, etc.

    But, these consumers were actually empowered, in the short run. If you were one of the quota cases, you would be glad for it — to occupy one of many houses, we see going up for sale, every few months.

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