A federal judge won’t dismiss a Waynesboro’s couple lawsuit against Wells Fargo National Bank and two other companies alleging “deceptive, fraudulent and unconscionable” sales practices.
Although U.S. District Judge Daniel Jordan III refused to dismiss Archie and Angela Hudson’s lawsuit, he ruled the case must undergo arbitration first because the couple signed an arbitration agreement with Wells Fargo.
The Hudsons purchased new windows for their home from Windows USA, one of the other companies the couple named as defendant in their lawsuit. The other company is Big Four Companies, Inc., the managing member of Windows USA.
The Hudsons’ purchase occurred following an in-house demonstration and was financed via a Visa Home Projects Program credit card issued by Wells Fargo.
Nationally, Wells Fargo, the second largest bank in the United States, has been rocked with scandal over the last year for creating fraudulent bank and credit cards accounts.