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Wells Fargo Pays Attorney General and District Attorneys to Settle Case; Nothing Paid to Victims

Well, that's one way to settle a case:  pay the attorneys  who sued you, not the victims whose telephone calls Wells Fargo recorded.

According to the San Francisco Chronicle, "none of that money will go to consumers whose privacy was allegedly violated."

Instead, Attorney General Kamala Harris and five district attorneys will split $8,500,000.00. 

You decide who wins. 

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