Kevin Pham, a former Wells Fargo employee now running a campaign urging customers to close their accounts, stands outside a branch in Daly City, Calif., Oct. 18, 2016. Wells Fargo would like to close the chapter on its sham account scandal, but lawmakers and regulators will not let it go that quickly, and emerging evidence that some victims were among the bank’s most vulnerable customers has given them fresh ammunition.
Kevin Pham, a former Wells Fargo employee now running a campaign urging customers to close their accounts, stands outside a branch in Daly City, Calif., Oct. 18, 2016. Wells Fargo would like to close the chapter on its sham account scandal, but lawmakers and regulators will not let it go that quickly, and emerging evidence that some victims were among the bank’s most vulnerable customers has given them fresh ammunition. NOAH BERGER NYT
Kevin Pham, a former Wells Fargo employee now running a campaign urging customers to close their accounts, stands outside a branch in Daly City, Calif., Oct. 18, 2016. Wells Fargo would like to close the chapter on its sham account scandal, but lawmakers and regulators will not let it go that quickly, and emerging evidence that some victims were among the bank’s most vulnerable customers has given them fresh ammunition. NOAH BERGER NYT

Most vulnerable customers were among Wells Fargo’s victims

October 29, 2016 8:27 PM