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 EntryNo: 3653
 Date: Saturday
12:33 AM
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2forms of I D .really from the gov re enment but only wanted to see a credit card . I had birth certificate and million other government proof but not wouldn't cash a fifty dollar check.
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 EntryNo: 3652
 Date: Friday
01:49 PM
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Can a small-town Virginia banker fix Wells Fargo's board?

http://www.reuters.com/artic le/us-wells-fargo-moves-idUS KBN1AQ1ZB

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 EntryNo: 3651
 Date: Tuesday
07:58 PM
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My husband recently opened a checking account with WF. He deposited a paper check I received in the mail into his account and we expected, like all other banks, we would receive $200 now and the balance after 2 days or so. Well, how about NO NOT EVEN CLOSE. They did not release any of the funds but said they would be available the next day. No money there the next day so we go into the bank and they said "The checked was 'bounced' because your wife's name was not on your account and we will mail you a copy of the check within 7-10 business days" They are lucky they sit behind glass because I almost killed someone. So now we have no diaper money or anything else for that matter, until AFTER my next payday!! THEY ARE THIEVES!!!
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 EntryNo: 3650
 Date: Sunday
06:30 PM
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Wells Fargo Pvt.Bank took the Special Needs Trust deed, named after me, from Co.Santa Clara to Contra Costa, Walnut Creek Branch, then VP NANCY ALDRITT appointed VP SNT Seattle LANI DALRYMPLE as closer, and Nancy now ducks everyone and WCPD, by coming in a couple of afternoons each month.

But she's hooking ALL OF US, for defying a known FATWA, so Wells Fargo and co.Santa Clara hold me up here, injured at bar and physically.

That means fire season goes like, one starts up behind the house in San Jose, then Lafayette, we are here, suggesting I.S.U.S., since Trump was in France, and the rest of CalFire time is off the hook.

And then, Lani Dalrymple decides, since she's defied a FATWA, since the other SNT VP creep, former attorney DAVID FOSTER-KOTH had to know Bataclan in Paris was about us so he retired took off BECAUSE at the end of 2015, Wells Fargo Pvt.Bank intel was good enough to know UC Merced and since were aimed at US, around ME.

So where you get hit? Since UC Merced stabbing and Bataclan, in 2015?


That's why Florida got hit twice, kids. A missing SJPD subject named GABRIEL hails from there.

It's a whole other peninsula. See if THEY get smarter, by Fins season.

Then again, I think it's Raiders-Pats-Pack-Panthers. Call it a hunch.

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 EntryNo: 3649
 Date: Saturday
04:41 AM
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I own a business and switched to wells fargo. I get about 20 wires per month incoming to my account. They charge me $15 for each one! I pay $3600 per year to receive wires! What a joke.
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 EntryNo: 3648
 Date: Saturday
04:01 AM
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I've been a customer of "that" so-called institution for over 20 years, and until recently things were "o.K.", not the greatest but, O.K. I have had overdrafts now and then, but nothing too outrageous.On the 1st I deposited a check from a closed out 401k, that was just sitting there, I put it in through the A.T.M., which did not allow me to get cash back (strange?? So, I go to the teller (Paul) and was told that the funds would be available in the morning, fine I'll wait.I check again the morning, Nothing! I get an e-mail notification from said institution informing me that a hold has been placed on the funds until 08/10, So,I call the 800 number, and was routed to the "fraud prevention department" were I talked with another employee(Clayton), he looked into the matter and told me the funds would be available at 11:59, "O-kay", I'll wait, checked the next day and..you guessed it, "Nada", so I got back to my brick and mortar branch again. I'm told this time that the tried to cash the check twice and it was not paid and,that the issuing company "was not in their system",the B.S. is getting deep now, so O.K., I figure I'll wait and call the issuing company in the morning. I called them and they informed me that, the check posted and was paid on the 1st of August, so they have been giving me the run around and lying to my face since the check was deposited, on top of that 1 deposited another check on the 3rd (remember, when they told me the bank failed to get it's money??) and, that check had a two business day hold placed on it. Now, I know the a check that is sent to the clearing house, clears or posts in two business days so, where are those (my) funds sitting? Those funds belong to me, that was the question I asked the customer service representative (Monique),she could not answer that question. This institution is infected with incompetent supervision and liars from the top down.
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 EntryNo: 3647
 Date: Thursday
05:59 PM
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From my personal experience so far regarding my credit profile,I earlier didn't know how to go about it was and when I knew I had foreclosures,collections, late payments and even over dues, I felt really bad because then it was late and the result of my bad credit affected my credit score which was about 379 and 401 to get my loan approved I needed 700 and above, I sort for help from big credit repair companies, but they couldn't help me get my score where I wanted to be in the short period I need to get a loan to keep a roof over my child's head, till a lender introduced me to a repair man who has access to this credit companies who got my credit up to 714 and 757 and also educated me about how to maintain my credit and maintain a really good score, HACKWIZatPROTONMAILdotCOM is where ill refer anyone that needs a deadline fix on there credit .you can thank me later.
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 EntryNo: 3646
 Date: Tuesday
09:03 AM
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They took over my bank have been with my branch for 40 yrs. I opened acct for my mother there also. I opened a burial acct for her for$6000 knowing I would have to bury her out of state. Made the mistake of calling 800# They put a hold on acct. Yesterday I brought bill from cemetery which is from the church that manages this cemetery for the archdiocese in NY. Letter clearly states burial at St peter's cemetery, including date and other details. My branch called them and they will not accept this because bill is not from cemetery. Ridiculous. They told my branch they will not pay bill. I am at my wits end. I just lost my Mom. Horrible bank.
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 EntryNo: 3645
 Date: Saturday
05:30 PM
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I used to work there

Massive pressure to sell garbage to people that did not want more accounts.

Management would hold 3 conference calls a day to beet the hell out the employees for not selling enough. It was a terrible time to be alive.

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 EntryNo: 3644
 Date: Tuesday
04:47 PM
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CFPB Issues Rule to Ban Companies From Using Arbitration Clauses to Deny Groups of People Their Day in Court

Financial Companies Can No Longer Block Consumers From Joining Together to Sue Over Wrongdoing
JUL 10, 2017

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) today announced a new rule to ban companies from using mandatory arbitration clauses to deny groups of people their day in court. Many consumer financial products like credit cards and bank accounts have arbitration clauses in their contracts that prevent consumers from joining together to sue their bank or financial company for wrongdoing. By forcing consumers to give up or go it alone – usually over small amounts – companies can sidestep the court system, avoid big refunds, and continue harmful practices. The CFPB’s new rule will deter wrongdoing by restoring consumers’ right to join together to pursue justice and relief through group lawsuits.

"Arbitration clauses in contracts for products like bank accounts and credit cards make it nearly impossible for people to take companies to court when things go wrong," said CFPB Director Richard Cordray. "These clauses allow companies to avoid accountability by blocking group lawsuits and forcing people to go it alone or give up. Our new rule will stop companies from sidestepping the courts and ensure that people who are harmed together can take action together."

Hundreds of millions of contracts for consumer financial products and services have included mandatory arbitration clauses. These clauses typically state that either the company or the consumer can require that disputes between them be resolved by privately appointed individuals (arbitrators) except for individual cases brought in small claims court. While these clauses can block any lawsuit, companies almost exclusively use them to block group lawsuits, which are also known as “class action” lawsuits. With group lawsuits, a few consumers can pursue relief on behalf of everyone who has been harmed by a company’s practices. Almost all mandatory arbitration clauses force each harmed consumer to pursue individual claims against the company, no matter how many consumers are injured by the same conduct. However, consumers almost never spend the time or money to pursue formal claims when the amounts at stake are small.

The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act required the CFPB to study the use of mandatory arbitration clauses in consumer financial markets. Congress also authorized the Bureau to issue regulations that are in the public interest, that are for the protection of consumers, and which are based on findings that are consistent with the Bureau’s study of arbitration. Released in March 2015, the study showed that credit card issuers representing more than half of all credit card debt and banks representing 44 percent of insured deposits used mandatory arbitration clauses. Yet three out of four consumers the Bureau surveyed did not know whether their credit card agreement had an arbitration clause. These clauses are not only common and unknown; they are also bad for consumers. By blocking group lawsuits, companies are able to:

Deny consumers their day in court: The study showed that few consumers ever bring – or consider bringing – individual actions against their financial service providers either in court or in arbitration. Only about 2 percent of consumers with credit cards surveyed said they would consult an attorney or consider formal legal action to resolve a small-dollar dispute. As a result, the real effect of mandatory arbitration clauses is to insulate companies from most legal proceedings altogether.
Avoid paying out big refunds: Individual actions get less overall relief for consumers than group lawsuits because companies do not have to provide relief to everyone harmed. According to the study, group lawsuits succeed in bringing hundreds of millions of dollars in relief to millions of consumers each year. The study showed that over 34 million consumers received payments, and that $1 billion was paid out to harmed consumers over the five-year period studied. Conversely, in the roughly one thousand cases in the two years that were studied, arbitrators awarded a combined total of about $360,000 in relief to 78 consumers.
Continue harmful practices: Individual actions might recoup previous individual losses, but they do nothing to stop the harm from happening again or to others. Resolving group lawsuits often requires companies to not only pay everyone back, but also change their conduct moving forward. This saves countless consumers the pain and expense of experiencing the same harm. The Bureau’s study found that in 53 group settlements covering over 106 million consumers, companies agreed to change their business practices or implement new compliance programs. Without group lawsuits, private citizens have almost no way, on their own, to stop companies from pursuing profitable practices that may violate the law.

CFPB Arbitration Rule

The CFPB rule restores consumers’ right to file or join group lawsuits. By so doing, the rule also deters companies from violating the law. When companies know they are more likely to be held accountable by consumers for any misconduct, they are less likely to engage in unlawful practices that can cause harm. Further, public attention on the practices of one company can more broadly influence their business practices and those of other companies. Under the rule, companies can still include arbitration clauses in their contracts. But companies subject to the rule may not use arbitration clauses to stop consumers from being part of a group action. The rule includes specific language that companies will need to use if they include an arbitration clause in a new contract.

The rule also makes the individual arbitration process more transparent by requiring companies to submit to the CFPB certain records, including initial claims and counterclaims, answers to these claims and counterclaims, and awards issued in arbitration. The Bureau will collect correspondence companies receive from arbitration administrators regarding a company’s non-payment of arbitration fees and its failure to follow the arbitrator’s fairness standards. Gathering these materials will enable the CFPB to better understand and monitor arbitration, including whether the process itself is fair. The materials must be submitted with appropriate redactions of personal information. The Bureau intends to publish these redacted materials on its website beginning in July 2019.

The new CFPB rule applies to the major markets for consumer financial products and services overseen by the Bureau, including those that lend money, store money, and move or exchange money. Congress already prohibits arbitration agreements in the largest market that the Bureau oversees – the residential mortgage market. In the Military Lending Act, Congress also has prohibited such agreements in many forms of credit extended to servicemembers and their families. The rule’s exemptions include employers when offering consumer financial products or services for employees as an employee benefit; entities regulated by the Securities and Exchange Commission or the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, which have their own arbitration rules; broker dealers and investment advisers overseen by state regulators; and state and tribal governments that have sovereign immunity from private lawsuits.

In October 2015, the Bureau published an outline of the proposals under consideration and convened a Small Business Review Panel to gather feedback from small companies. Besides consulting with small business representatives, the Bureau sought comments from the public, consumer groups, industry, and other interested parties before continuing with the rulemaking. In May 2016, the Bureau issued a proposed rule that included a request for public comment. The Bureau received more than 110,000 comments.

The rule’s effective date is 60 days following publication in the Federal Register and applies to contracts entered into more than 180 days after that.

More information about the CFPB’s arbitration rule is available at: https://www.consumerfinance. gov/arbitration-rule/

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