Wells Fargo Cases Expand

December 15, 2016
Wells Fargo Cases Expand

As you may have seen previously, Hodge & Langley Law Firm represents South Carolina Wells Fargo account-holders who are the victims of fraud by employees of Wells Fargo who opened accounts without the knowledge or permission of the account holder.

Now, the allegations against Wells Fargo have expanded to include life insurance policies and the firing of whistleblowers.

New cases have recently come to light in California and New Jersey alleging that employees at Wells Fargo signed up customers, without their permission, for life insurance policies. The cases allege that Wells Fargo employees set up “MyTerm” life insurance policies with Prudential Financial on behalf of clients who never ordered them.

Further, it appears that Wells Fargo may have even retaliated against some employees by terminating those who sought to prevent the fraud by reporting that they were being pressured to open fake accounts.

These new aspects to the Wells Fargo allegations indicate that Wells Fargo engaged in years of illegal, fraudulent activities by which innocent customers were taken advantage of.

Wondering if you have a law suit against Wells Fargo?

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Want to know what your case against Wells Fargo may be worth?

If the answer to any of these questions is yes, contact the Hodge & Langley Law Firm today. Your initial consultation is free. Our legal team is working hard to protect and offer recourse to citizens involved in South Carolina Wells Fargo fraud cases, and we will work hard for you.

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