Clinton weighs in on ‘deeply disturbing’ Wells Fargo scandal, vows to protect CFPB

Housingwire:

As the embattled megabank’s CEO, John Stumpf, prepared to be grilled on Capitol Hill on Tuesday over the fake account scandal surrounding the bank, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton weighed in on the issue, saying that she is “deeply disturbed” by the bank’s conduct, and took the opportunity to defend theConsumer Financial Protection Bureau.

In an open letter ostensibly to Wells Fargo’s customers, Clinton said that she expected Stumpf to have a “clear explanation” of what led to the bank being fined $185 million by the CFPB, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, and the city and county of Los Angeles.

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One response to “Clinton weighs in on ‘deeply disturbing’ Wells Fargo scandal, vows to protect CFPB

  1. Why haven’t we heard more about the WF document manufacturing mills which create missing documents needed to complete foreclosures???

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