McCune Wright Arevalo, LLP is investigating widespread allegations that employees were fired from Wells Fargo Bank after being encouraged by their managers to steer customers into costly overdraft programs.
Wells Fargo Bank is under fire for opening several million accounts in customers’ names without their consent. It is alleged this included opening checking accounts, savings accounts, business accounts, credit card accounts, opting-in to overdraft protection, and signing customers up for third-party programs such as insurance. McCune Wright Arevalo, LLP is investigating allegations that Wells Fargo managers and executives may have been responsible for this action, rather than the rank and file employees that were fired as a result of following their managers wishes or directives. If you were fired from Wells Fargo for simply following the wishes of your management to meet sales quotas, McCune Wright Arevalo, LLP would like to talk to you.
McCune Wright Arevalo, LLP , a premier complex litigation and class action firm in the Inland Empire, is experienced in the unfair practices of Wells Fargo, having obtained a $203 million judgment against it on behalf of California customers who had incurred overdraft fees due to the bank’s misrepresentations of its overdraft practices. If you were fired from your job after allegations against Wells Fargo became public, please contact us. We are especially interested in talking with employees who met the quotas mandated by management at your branch. We may be able to help you obtain the financial recovery you may be owed by Wells Fargo.