FINRA Seeks Information From Fired Wells Fargo Reps

Law360, New York (December 9, 2016, 9:19 PM EST) -- The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority on Friday asked former employees of Wells Fargo to come forward if they believe the bank fired them for blowing the whistle on its sham customer accounts and used termination notices to further retaliate or hide its tracks.

FINRA is investigating reports that Wells Fargo & Co. employees were fired for trumped-up reasons after trying to blow the whistle on the bank’s phony customer accounts. (AP) FINRA’s announcement said that the self-regulatory organization has asked former Wells Fargo & Co. employees who were registered with FINRA to come forward if they have any concerns about how...

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