HGD attorneys have now sued a class of defendants, Wells Fargo employees, who participated in tortious acts in the state of Georgia.
Additionally, HGD has sued Wells Fargo on behalf of 4 plaintiffs in North Carolina alleging several tortious acts on its part. In that suit, they are seeking injunctive relief.
If you are a Wells Fargo banking customer, or have been a Wells Fargo banking customer in the past ten years we believe that you may have a claim against Wells Fargo which could entitle you to monetary compensation.
Here’s why we believe you may have a claim against Wells Fargo:
The federal government and the national media report that Wells Fargo opened secret accounts for more than one million customers and applied for credit cards without customer consent, potentially causing each such customer harm.
The injuries could include damage to your credit report and credit score.
In a recent article, CNN reported that “the scope of the scandal is shocking. An analysis conducted by a consulting firm hired by Wells Fargo concluded that bank employees opened over 1.5 million deposit accounts that may not have been authorized…
Wells Fargo employees also submitted applications for 565,443 credit card accounts without their customers’ knowledge or consent. Roughly 14,000 of those accounts incurred over $400,000 in fees, including annual fees, interest charges and overdraft-protection fees.”
If you bank with Wells Fargo now or have banked with Wells Fargo in the past, feel free to contact us. There is no risk to you, because if you have a claim, we will represent you on a contingency fee basis and never will ask you to pay anything out of pocket. If you do not recover anything, you will owe us nothing. We are compensated only if you are compensated.
We will explain in more detail on the phone so please call us if you have been a Wells Fargo customer in the past ten years, and one of our team will happily explain.
If you would like to provide us your details you may do so here: Online Agreement and we will call you to discuss.