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Old 03-09-2013, 12:27 PM
 
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Wells Fargo Typo Victim Dies in Court - Page 1 - News - Los Angeles - LA Weekly

Nothing I can sum up can do justice to what Wells Fargo did to this man simply by transposing the numbers on his home in a tax assessment. The man was on disability from a clotting disorder and on limited income. They refused to correct the mistake, or even tell him how to make it whole...in recorded testimony a Wells Fargo representative told the judge they never gave him the documents after repeated requests. They finally sold his home from under him while he was in the hospital receiving treatment.

Why do we let companies treat us this way?
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Old 03-09-2013, 12:39 PM
 
Location: California
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Yesterday, I went to Wells Fargo to close out my accounts and found another customer also doing the same. All we can do is vote with our feet. One closed account means nothing to any corporation but rejecting such treatment by more consumers could make a difference. In short, if they don't act like they want our business, we are free to move on, which is not limited to Wells Fargo.
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Old 03-11-2013, 10:04 AM
 
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Yesterday, I went to Wells Fargo to close out my accounts and found another customer also doing the same. All we can do is vote with our feet. One closed account means nothing to any corporation but rejecting such treatment by more consumers could make a difference. In short, if they don't act like they want our business, we are free to move on, which is not limited to Wells Fargo.
They don't want your business they just want to make loans.
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