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Wells Fargo Bank fined 1 billion 200 million yuan to open an account to dismiss the staff of 5300 – -tda7294

Wells Fargo was fined 1 billion 200 million yuan to open an account for the dismissal of the employees of the company – Sohu news  , a bank user from a Wells Fargo Bank in Losangeles come out. According to foreign media reports, the world’s largest bank (Wells Fargo) is refers to the secret accounts without the consent of the customer, will pay a fine of $185 million, or about 1 billion 234 million yuan, and will pay $5 million in compensation for bank customers. The fine of 100 million yuan will be paid to the U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Agency (CFPB), which will be the largest since the establishment of the agency in 2011 to open a ticket. CFPB official Richard (Richard Cordray), said Wells Fargo Bank Employees secretly open an unauthorized account, in order to achieve sales targets and get bonuses." This behavior has been in existence since 2011, and the scale is huge. Wells Fargo after investigation and analysis found that their employees at least opened 1 million 500 thousand unauthorized savings account. The company has confirmed to CNN that over the past year, 5300 employees have been fired for this behavior, and the number of employees in Wells Fargo is 265 thousand (2015 data). The way employees operate "fake accounts" is that employees will transfer funds from their existing accounts to a new account without their authorization. As a result, the customer’s original account will be less funds, and will be charged for the deposit or overdraft fees. In addition, Wells Fargo employees are still unknown or unauthorized users to apply for 565443 credit cards. 14 thousand of these accounts account for more than $400 thousand in fees, including annual fees, interest charges and overdraft protection fees. CFPB said that bank employees in order to achieve the purpose and even forged PIN number and e-mail address. 185 million of the fines, in addition to pay $CFPB to $100 million, another $35 million paid to the U.S. Comptroller of the currency, the remaining 50 million paid to the government of Losangeles. (compile: Hu Ran)相关的主题文章: