• Petitioned Wells Fargo Bank in Milwaukee

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Wells Fargo Bank in Milwaukee

Give Yolanda Quesada her job back.

    1. Anna Ray-Jones
    2. Petition by

      Anna Ray-Jones

      New York, NY

58 years old, Yolanda Quesada was recently fired by Wells Fargo after five years as an outstanding, award winning employee. She lost her job after it was discovered that she failed to report a shoplifting offense she committed as a teenager on her job application.

Her misdemeanor took place over 40 years ago in 1972, yet the bank claims they are just following an FDIC ruling. However, the federal law applies to felony convictions, not misdemeanors over 7 years old.

Ms. Quesada is the victim of an unlawful firing by Wells Fargo, a bank, who via their shady lending and mortgage practices, have caused thousands of Americans to lose their homes and financially ruined them and their credit. Now their gross hypocrisy will damage this woman's ability to make a living.

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    • Tony selinger MINNEAPOLIS, MN
      • over 2 years ago

      Wells Fargo also fired me, on May 17, due to a misdemeanor from 1990. A $22 tank of gas. 21 years as a professional in financial services since then, without a blemish. Including 10 years with Wells Fargo. AND, it was disclosed on my initial job app. They walked me to the door with nothing but a phone number in HR to call. Wouldn't let me even take my children's photos from my desk. Seriously? Bad move Wells. You will pay for all of these cold corporate decisions. Let the backlash build momentum people!

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    • eileen mcdermott PORTLAND, OR
      • over 2 years ago

      Funny that Wells Fargo would be so concerned about a 40 year old misdemeanor.

      Wells Fargo has no problem commiting much more serious crimes in the name of good business practices.

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