Wells Fargo costs Minneapolis Public Schools $28 million

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TJ Mersino
9 years ago
How dumb do you have to be to millions of dollars in the hands of thieves? Think People!! Isn't that what teachers used to say in school?
Oh yeah, thinking is no longer allowed in school. Obviously this rule extends to the adults who run schools now as well.

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Azure Starton
9 years ago
They need to quit trying to be greedy people and start being charity people.

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Leslie Chaffin
9 years ago
Sounds reasonable to me. Bet there are local banks that would welcome them who did not participate in the subprime lending and can manage this size of an account.

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Thomas Gage
9 years ago
Wells Fargo’s fraudulent actions are well documented in many State Courts, federal Courts and U.S. Attorney General Offices' files and still nobody is stopping this bank to further victimize other people. It is a fact that for years Wells Fargo has used the so called robo-signers in fraudulent practices of foreclosure. My family and I among the many victims of Wells Fargo Bank's fraudulent practices as, on August 8, 2011, our home was stolen from us by an act of “Fraud” by Wells Fargo Bank. Please, Go to: ( www.change.org/petitions/corrupt-township-officers-of-warren-nj-eviction ) and help vote to investigate Wells Fargo’s fraudulent actions.

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Anne Absalom
9 years ago
Public Institutions should not support banks which don't support them and the communities they serve.

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Brie Ledesma
9 years ago
We need to keep Corporations out of schools!

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samantha como
9 years ago
I despise all corporate greed that does not value humanity, that makes profit at any price their way of business. I was recently pushed into a car loan with this bank without my permission. It was never mentioned to me, of the three options given, two were somewhat acceptable to me. Out of necessity I had to even finance in the first place. I was lied to by the GM dealership that also apparently cares only about profit . I have begun a petition of my own because of this and another GM dealership, that claimed to want to help me out of that deal, and sunk me with an even worse one. These greedy, unethical, ruthless, opportunistic, shady business practices have to be stopped on all levels. Corporate and their franchise affiliates, and other local representatives.

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tammy verdulla
9 years ago
I am a mortgage holder of Wells Fargo, I had some misfortunes happen to me this year and have asked for them to help me lower my intrest rate, they are making it difficult for me! After 7 years of on time payments to Wells Fargo you think they would help me, to keep me as a customer r

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David Ball
9 years ago
We need to send a message to ALL of these monster dragon corporations that abuse their customers at every turn. They need to know that they aren't invincible. Reward the small banks and CUs by keeping your money with them, and watch the big boys change their tunes, and if not, let them shrivel and disappear.

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Janet Moench
9 years ago
When do you robber-barons stop destroying everytthing just to add to your billions. Enough. We are sick of your mendacious greed. You lie, cheat, steal, derail standard civilized, protective regulations.... Your greed knows no bounds.