Think Wells Fargo ripped you off? Here’s what to do…

From the Los Angeles Times:

“What are current or former bank customers to do if they think bogus accounts might have been opened in their names, exposing them to fees and other expenses?”

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2 Responses to Think Wells Fargo ripped you off? Here’s what to do…

  1. Sebastian Hawks September 12, 2016 at 6:22 am #

    Well, I came to the blog expecting an entry by Tom about the fall of ITT. Turns out he was dead on right about the predatory lending these 1-800 Maury Businesses (Schools) do. Noticed you can learn a lot of these various technical skills at the local community college for under $2K per semester instead of borrowing tens of thousands for these 1-800 Maury Businesses.

  2. free bird 4 life September 13, 2016 at 9:32 pm #

    Ohhh man another story of banks screwing with people’s money. That’s why I’m loyal to cooperatives, better service, participation, low interest rates, and micro loans so you can negotiate with them etc 10 years as member of two cooperatives in Puerto Rico same as credit union in USA also ya can share branch across the country. Also cooperative have different ways to check for any fraud of your credit and its free. I travel and I have my debit/ mastercrd. More reliable, they really educate people about savings. I’m loyal to cooperatives and credit unions. I never have an complaint.
    Tom 100% perfect topic, people need orientation and motivation about saving programs.
    Travel, red wine , craft beer, $$$ in pocket, MLB stadium, chicks smiling at you etc who needs marriage.

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