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Wells Fargo was long seen as the 'golden child' of banking. But former employees detail the ruthless and fraudulent practices that fueled its growth.

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Dan Krauss
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Yesenia Guitron ... Self - Former Personal Banker, St. Helena, CA
Kilian Colin ... Self - Former Personal Banker, San Diego, CA
Peter ... Self - Former District Manager, Los Angeles, CA
Emily Glazer ... Self - Wall Street Journal Reporter
Americus Reed ... Self - Professor of Marketing, The Wharton School
Mike Feuer ... Self - City Attorney, Los Angeles, CA
Frank Chavez ... Self - Former Mortgage Banker, Los Angeles, CA
Christopher Shelton ... Self - President, Communications Workers of America
Sherrod Brown ... Self - US Senator, OH
Megan Halvorson ... Self - Private Mortgage Banker, Wells Fargo
Timothy Sloan ... Self - Wells Fargo CEO
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Warren Buffett ... Self - Chairman of Berkshire Hathaway, Wells' Largest Investor (archive footage)
Scott Reckard ... Self - Freelance Journalist (archive footage)
John Stumpf ... Self - Wells Fargo CEO, 2007 - 2016 (archive footage)
Carrie Tolstedt Carrie Tolstedt ... Self - Head of Wells' Retail Bank (archive footage)
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Wells Fargo was long seen as the 'golden child' of banking. But former employees detail the ruthless and fraudulent practices that fueled its growth.

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Not best episode
18 January 2021 | by thorper-00575See all my reviews

Watching this episode was good, it didn't tell a good story or tel what the company doing now, not accurately. From my research WF has made changes that no other bank has done to correct the wrongs done by past employees. Also When I know going into a BofA they are currently trying to sell you as much bank products as possible. My second note the interviews of employees make no sense. You can't overdraft a savings account to cover another accounts overdraft. They seem winning and trying to sell that they should get sympathy. It's just a bad episode..


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