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Report: Wells Fargo employees may have altered customer documents

Joe Mont | May 17, 2018

The hits just keep on coming for Wells Fargo. New allegations claim that employees may have improperly altered customer forms.

Earlier this month, the banking giant, launched a new marketing campaign, “Re-Established,” to “emphasize the company’s commitment to re-establish trust with stakeholders and to demonstrate how Wells Fargo is transforming as it emerges from a challenging period in its history.”

“This campaign marks a turning point by expressing how we are fundamentally a different company today, and that it feels like a new day at Wells Fargo,” said Tim Sloan, Wells Fargo’s chief executive officer and president. “While we have made solid progress, we recognize there is still work to be done.”

For more than a year-and-a-half, Wells Fargo has been under near-constant attack for the discovery that its sales team opened 3.5 million unauthorized customer accounts and credit cards. The bank settled with the Office of...

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