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Wells Fargo Is Now Making Unexpected Account Closures

Wells Fargo is now making unexpected account closures according to Attorneys General in 16 states, sources are reporting.

More than a dozen state attorneys general (AGs) are accusing banking titan Wells Fargo of abruptly terminating customers’ accounts without warning.

In a letter addressed to Wells Fargo CEO Charles Scharf, 16 Republican AGs across the country accuse the trillion-dollar lender of ‘debanking‘ customers in a political and discriminatory manner, reports The Daily Hodl.

The AGs say Wells Fargo has started a new trend that looks at clients’ political views as a basis for retaining banking access.

“Within this context, Wells Fargo’s decisions to debank Republican candidates and gun industry participants reveal a new troubling trend…

Blanket prohibitions and policies against providing service to certain customers lead to the inevitable question – who is next?

Which types of companies or people will Wells Fargo determine cannot be allowed as customers?

Is this why Wells Fargo apparently closed the accounts of former Republican candidates Lauren Witzke and Pete D’Abrosca on the same day in 2021?”

The AGs say the alleged pattern may be in violation of state laws.

“Wells Fargo should cease its efforts to discriminate based on ESG (environmental, social and corporate governance) objectives, and publicly commit to serving Americans in a fair, nondiscriminatory, and lawful manner.

States possess meaningful authority over banks under civil rights and unfair and deceptive acts and practices (UDAP) statutes.”

The 16 AGs end the letter asking Wells Fargo to stop its debanking policies and respond to its concerns by April 4th.

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Also Read: A US Bank is Now Denying Customers Access to Money

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Another bank now announces hundreds of unexpected layoffs in its retail operations as it transitions to online services.

Santander has cut about 320 of its U.S. roles in recent days, a person familiar with the matter told Bloomberg and Reuters.

Many of the layoffs are centered on the bank’s retail operations as Santander looks to give itself more of a digital focus, in line with a strategy Chair Ana Botin emphasized around this time last year at the bank’s investor day.

“Now it’s time to accelerate towards building a digital bank with branches,” Botin wrote in an Instagram post in February 2023.

Santander aims to launch a fully digital platform in the U.S. this summer in its consumer and commercial units, according to Reuters.

“We are evolving our US business, investing in digital capabilities and simplified processes to adapt to changing customer needs,” Santander said in a statement seen Sunday by Bloomberg and Reuters.

“These steps have resulted in an update to our staffing model that impacts a small percentage of our branch colleagues.

We will continue to support them throughout this process and are working to provide internal opportunities, where possible.”

The layoffs account for between 2.4% and 2.7% of Santander’s U.S.-based workforce, according to varying figures reported by the wire services.

The move comes at a time when Santander seeks to double its investment banking business in the U.S.

To that end, the bank has aimed to hire 150 employees to build out its investment banking operations in the U.S., Reuters reported in July.

Santander hired more than 100 bankers in 2023 through October, according to the Financial Times, with most of those roles in the U.S. and more than half filled by Credit Suisse alums, reports BankingDive.

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Wells Fargo Speaks on New Painful Branch Closures This Year

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Market News Today – Wells Fargo Speaks on New Painful Branch Closures This Year.

Wells Fargo is now speaking on its new painful branch closures this year as the bank prepares to shut down three new locations.

The bank announced the closure of two banks in Virginia and one in Pennsylvania on Thursday.

It comes after the bank, which has over 4,000 branches across the country, has filed for over 100 branch closures this year, according to the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency.

In August, Journal Now reported that Wells Fargo is expected to close another 23 branches this year.

The two Virginia branches closing are in Richmond and Charlottesville.

The Richmond branch, located downtown in the city’s Monroe Ward, is set to close on November 1 at noon.

Customers will still have access to their funds through other locations and be able to manage their online banking without interruption.

“The closure of the Monroe Ward branch makes it the ninth Wells Fargo location in Richmond to close in the last few years, including two that will close on October 18,” reports TheSun.

Changes in consumer trends have been blamed for the widespread closures, primarily due to the heavy switch to online banking-only usage.

In an emailed statement the bank said: “This is not an easy decision or one we take lightly.

“Branches continue to play an important role in the way we serve our customers, and we continuously evaluate our branch network in light of changing customer needs, the increase in the use of digital banking, and market factors.”

The Charlottesville location will also close on November 1, leaving just two remaining Wells Fargo banks in the region.

Bank of America has also stated many branches will now permanently close soon in due to the rapid popularity of online banking.

Also Read: A New Wave of Bank Closures is Hitting California

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Market News Today – Wells Fargo Speaks on New Painful Branch Closures This Year.

A US bank has now left customers with no money as users nationwide report being defrauded and locked out of their accounts.

More Green Dot Bank customers are speaking out against the bank in the latest scandal that has users trapped with no access to their money.

Other users are reporting funds being completely gone from their accounts.

These bank customers are losing access to hundreds and even thousands of dollars, which is rightfully theirs to begin with.

“Green dot took me and thousands of peoples money. None of us can access it. WE HAVE SHIITTT TO PAY,” said one user on Saturday.

“For the first 2 months of having Greendot everything was great. Then I go and try to use my card and it’s declined. The d*** b!** said to wait an hour or day. ITS BEEN A WEEK!! I feel terrible for the people who’ve lost hundred of $$,” says Anna.

“I’m going through the same thing. My funds are gone. I believe now the bank is holding it hostage. It’s my SS money and I can’t get it back they keep extending the date. I’ll get my new card with my money on it this has been going on since the August 1 and I was in the hospital when I was hacked..I want my money it’s mine not yours green dot,” says Sandra Machuga, who’s reported to FrankNez before.

US Treasury Direct customers have also reported being unable to access their accounts.

Tammarra Johnson reported to FrankNez that TreasuryDirect has frozen her account ever since she made a deposit going all the way back to April.

“My account has been frozen since April right after I deposited $1,500 from a settlement. I mailed in the required form from my bank that was needed to unlock my account and it is still locked.

It’s sad to know financial institutions are basically taking citizens money like times aren’t already hard.”

Also Read: Banks Are Now Closing Thousands of Accounts Daily

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A New Wave of Bank Closures is Hitting California

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Market News Today – A New Wave of Bank Closures is Hitting California.

A new wave of bank closures is hitting California as early as this month with many more scheduled through November now.

In August, I reported a number of bank closures hitting California up to October.

However, today’s article will highlight additional banks closing in California in September, October, and November.

This trend has only grown more in recent months and years as online banking surges in popularity.

Between Citibank, Wells Fargo, JPMorgan, and Bank of America, many banks have begun to close nationwide, but especially in California.

According to data from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), approximately 8,000 banks were in operation in 2000, but by 2022, this figure was halved.

Here is the latest report on banks closing in California this year.

Related: A US Bank is Now Freezing Some Retiree Accounts

California Bank Branches closed in August

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Market News Today – A New Wave of Bank Closures is Hitting California.

The following list of bank branches have now closed in California during the month of August.

  • Wells Fargo. 625 South Lone Hill Ave, Glendora
  • Wells Fargo. 1735 Ramsey St, Banning
  • Wells Fargo. 1596 Moorpark Rd, Thousand Oaks
  • Bank of California. 530 Palisades Dr, Pacific Palisades
  • JP Morgan. 3250 Pico Blvd, Santa Monica
  • JP Morgan. 10838 Long Beach Blvd Lynnwood
  • Bank of America. 2701 Harbor Blvd, Costa Mesa
  • Wells Fargo. 16055 Foothill Blvd, Fontana
  • Wells Fargo. 3211-1 Business Park Drive, Vista
  • JP Morgan. 5180 Foothills Blvd, Roseville
  • JP Morgan. 5142 Stevens Creek Blvd, San Jose
  • Zions. 525 University Ave, Palo Alto
  • Zions. 1900 Avenue of the Stars, Los Angeles
  • Bank of America. 336 South Twin Oaks Valley Rd, San Marcos
  • Flagstar Bank. 201 Mission Street, San Francisco
  • Bank of America. 5800 South Eastern Ave, Los Angeles

Also Read: Banks Are Now Closing Thousands of Accounts Daily

California Bank Branches closing in September

Below is a list of banks closing in California for the month of September.

  • Bank of America. 336 South Twin Oaks Valley Rd, San Marcos
  • Flagstar Bank. 201 Mission Street, San Francisco
  • Bank of America. 5800 South Eastern Ave, Los Angeles
  • Wells Fargo. 3550 Round Barn Blvd, Santa Rosa
  • Citibank. 10460 MT Gleason Ave, Tujunga
  • Citibank. 41969 Big Bear Blvd, Big Bear Lake
  • Citibank. 1995 41st Ave, Capitola
  • JP Morgan. 2121 Olympic Parkway, Chula Vista
  • Wells Fargo. 301 S. Pacific Coast Hwy, Redondo Beach
  • Bank of America. 1818 South Euclid St, Anaheim

Also Read: The US Treasury Direct is Now Freezing Customer Accounts

California Bank Branches closing in October

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Market News Today – A New Wave of Bank Closures is Hitting California.

Below is a list of banks closing in California for the month of October.

  • Wells Fargo. 1565 East Highland, San Bernardino
  • JP Morgan. 1 Hacker Way, Menlo Park
  • Wells Fargo. 1071 El Camino Real, Redwood City
  • Wells Fargo. 42420 Washington Ave, Bermuda Dunes
  • Bank of America. 2925 Scott Blvrd, Santa Clara
  • Bank of America. 200 Cochrane Plaza, Morgan Hill
  • Bank of America. 1275 Fell St, San Francisco
  • Bank of America. 3491 McKee Rd, San Jose
  • Bank of America. 1400 Moraga Way, Moraga
  • Bank of America. 2049 Century Park East, Los Angeles
  • Wells Fargo. 303 N. El Dorado St, Stockton
  • City NB. 50 Freemont St, San Francisco
  • City NB. 800 Silverado St, La Jolla
  • City NB. 1800 Century Park East, Los Angeles
  • JP Morgan. 150 W. Foothill Blvd, Azusa
  • City NB. 1100 FLlynn Rd, Camarillo
  • JP Morgan. 23220 Hawthorne Blvd, Torrance
  • Wells Fargo. 116 Sunset Dr, San Ramon
  • Wells Fargo. 103 Eeast Stetson Ave, Hemet
  • Wells Fargo. 118 E. Carillo St, Santa Barbara

Also Read: Chase Customers Now Unable to Access Money Through ATMs

California Bank Branches closing in November

The following banks are closing in California for the month of November.

  • Wells Fargo. 8405 North Fresno St, Suite 300, Fresno
  • Bank of America. 2708 Ming Ave, Bakersfield
  • Bank of America. 1440 Truxton Ave, Bakersfield
  • JP Morgan. 14111 Riverside Dr, Sherman Oaks
  • JP Morgan. 707 Broadway Ste 100, San Diego
  • JP Morgan. 1720 Fulton St, San Francisco
  • JP Morgan. 12555 Valley View St, Garden Gr
  • US Bank. 4947 Third St, San Francisco
  • Zion Bank. 700 West Camino El Real, Mountain View
  • Bank of America. 2134 Montebello Town Center, Montebello
  • Bank of America. 800 Irving St, San Francisco
  • Bank of America. 39168 Winchester Rd, Murrieta

Also Read: Bank of America is Freezing Accounts in New Scandal

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Wells Fargo to Now Pay $35 Million for Overcharging Customers

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Market News Daily – Wells Fargo to Now Pay $35 Million for Overcharging Customers.

Wells Fargo (NYSE:WFC) will now pay $35 Million for overcharging millions of dollars to customers for excessive fees in investment advice.

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) claims that Wells Fargo collected an additional $26.8 million in advisory fees after overcharging more than 10,900 customers.

The SEC says the overbilling took place when certain financial advisers from Wells Fargo along with the firms acquired by the lender agreed to reduce the standard advisory fees for some of the banking giant’s customers.

Although the agreement was put into writing at the time the customers’ accounts were opened, Wells Fargo failed to make the changes in its billing systems, reports DH.

“The SEC also claims that the banking giant did not establish measures or policies that could have prevented the overbilling.

According to the SEC, Wells Fargo overcharged some customers who opened their accounts before 2014 through December 2022.”

Gurbir S. Grewal, Director of the SEC’s Enforcement Division made the following statement:

“For years, Wells Fargo and its predecessor firms negotiated reduced advisory fees with thousands of clients, but failed to honor them, overcharging those clients millions of dollars as a result. Today’s enforcement action underscores the need for firms growing their businesses through acquisition to ensure that their growth does not come at the expense of client protection…

Investment advisers must adopt and implement policies and procedures to ensure that they honor their agreements with all of their clients, including legacy clients of predecessor firms.”

Wells Fargo has agreed to pay a $35 million civil penalty without admitting or denying the charges.

The bank also paid $40 million, including interest, to reimburse customers who paid the additional advisory fees.

Also Read: Wells Fargo Banks to Quickly Close Down This Year

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Wells Fargo froze new deposits in what seems to be one of its most painful scandals, affecting customers nationwide.

For the second time this year, Wells Fargo acknowledged that deposits were not showing up in customers’ accounts.

In an emailed statement Friday morning, a Wells Fargo representative said the issue was affecting a “limited number of customers,” and that “the vast majority” of instances had been resolved before noon, while the “few remaining” would be resolved soon.

Jeani Cortez, a single, disabled, self-employed accountant and Alaska resident, says she was supposed to have paid her rent, gas, electric and internet payments for the month by now with funds she deposited Wednesday.

She said she was told Friday by a Wells Fargo representative that she would not be able to access her deposit for another three to five business days. She’d earlier been told that Wells Fargo could send her a letter to give to her creditors; that too has not arrived.

“There is simply not enough funds (without that deposit) to cover them all,” she wrote in an email, adding: “I simply cannot live without my funds now.”

For Brent Morrison, a Texas resident and father of two, the Thursday outage was doubly painful: He was laid off less than two weeks ago.

“That money was a little bit important to me yesterday,” Morrison said in a phone interview Friday.

While the funds — approximately $2,000 — ultimately did appear in his account, Morrison said he’d also been affected by the March outage, so he is now looking to move his money to a local bank, he said.

“They lost a customer. I just have no choice,” Morrison said. “It just doesn’t make sense to continue with them. The words ‘banking’ and ‘confidence’ shouldn’t end in a question mark.”

Also Read: Banks Are Now Closing Thousands of Accounts Daily

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These Banks Are Now Closing in California This Year

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Market News Daily – These Banks Are Now Closing in California This Year.

Wondering which banks are closing in California? This trend has only grown more in recent months and years as online banking surges in popularity.

Between Citibank, Wells Fargo, JPMorgan, and Bank of America, many banks have begun to close nationwide, but especially in California.

According to data from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), approximately 8,000 banks were in operation in 2000, but by 2022, this figure was halved.

In this article, I’m going to break down the name of the bank as well as the locations of banks closing in California each month.

Let’s get started!

California Bank Branches closed in June

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Market News Daily – These Banks Are Now Closing in California This Year.

Below is a list of banks that closed down this year in California for the month of June.

  • Wells Fargo. 101 West Fourth St, Santa Ana
  • Wells Fargo. 5007 Foothills, Blvd, Roseville
  • Wells Fargo. 17405 Crenshaw Blvd, Suite A, Torrance
  • Wells Fargo. 790 West Shaw Ave, Fresno
  • JP Morgan. 350 Esplanade Dr, Oxnard
  • Bank of America. 3250 Mission St, San Francisco
  • JP Morgan. 11766 Wilshire Blvd, Ste 100, Los Angeles
  • JP Morgan. 102 Robles Way, Vallejo
  • JP Morgan. 980 N Western Ave, Ste A, San Pedro
  • PNC Bank. 200 N Church St, Lodi
  • Wells Fargo. 30745 Pacific Coast Hwy, Malibu
  • Wells Fargo. 110 Harding Blvd, Roseville
  • Wells Fargo. 1111 Washington St, Santa Clara
  • Wells Fargo. 18529 Yorba Linda Blvd, Yorba Linda
  • Wells Fargo. 3250 Glendale Blvd, Los Angeles

Also Read: A US Bank is Now Denying Access to Funds and Freezing Accounts in New Scandal

California Bank Branches closing in July

Below is a list of banks that have closed in California this year for the month of July.

  • JP Morgan. 3492 Mt Diablo Blvd, Lafayette
  • Bank of America. 3045 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles
  • Wells Fargo. 715 Bridgeway, Sausalito
  • Wells Fargo. 10211 Avalon Blvd, Los Angeles
  • Wells Fargo. 535 N. Brand Blvd, Glendale
  • Wells Fargo. 800 E Alisal St, Salinas
  • Bank of America. 3650 Grand Ave, Chino Hills
  • JP Morgan. 18601 Devonshire St, Northridge

California Bank Branches closing in August

Which banks are closing in California this August? Below is a list of banks scheduled to close this month.

  • Wells Fargo. 625 South Lone Hill Ave, Glendora
  • Wells Fargo. 1735 Ramsey St, Banning
  • Wells Fargo. 1596 Moorpark Rd, Thousand Oaks
  • Bank of California. 530 Palisades Dr, Pacific Palisades
  • JP Morgan. 3250 Pico Blvd, Santa Monica
  • JP Morgan. 10838 Long Beach Blvd Lynnwood
  • Bank of America. 2701 Harbor Blvd, Costa Mesa
  • Wells Fargo. 16055 Foothill Blvd, Fontana
  • Wells Fargo. 3211-1 Business Park Drive, Vista
  • JP Morgan. 5180 Foothills Blvd, Roseville
  • JP Morgan. 5142 Stevens Creek Blvd, San Jose
  • Zions. 525 University Ave, Palo Alto
  • Zions. 1900 Avenue of the Stars, Los Angeles
  • Bank of America. 336 South Twin Oaks Valley Rd, San Marcos
  • Flagstar Bank. 201 Mission Street, San Francisco
  • Bank of America. 5800 South Eastern Ave, Los Angeles

Also Read: Banks Are Now Closing Thousands of Accounts Daily

California Bank Branches closing in September

Which banks are closing in California for the month of September? Below is a list of these banks and branch locations.

  • Bank of America. 336 South Twin Oaks Valley Rd, San Marcos
  • Flagstar Bank. 201 Mission Street, San Francisco
  • Bank of America. 5800 South Eastern Ave, Los Angeles
  • Wells Fargo. 3550 Round Barn Blvd, Santa Rosa
  • Citibank. 10460 MT Gleason Ave, Tujunga
  • Citibank. 41969 Big Bear Blvd, Big Bear Lake
  • Citibank. 1995 41st Ave, Capitola
  • JP Morgan. 2121 Olympic Parkway, Chula Vista
  • Wells Fargo. 301 S. Pacific Coast Hwy, Redondo Beach
  • Bank of America. 1818 South Euclid St, Anaheim

Credit to Ash Jurberg for curating this list.

These Bank of America Branches Will Close Between August and October in California

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Market News Daily – These Banks Are Now Closing in California This Year.

The following Bank of America branches will also close between August and October in California.

  • 2701 Harbor Blvd, Costa Mesa
  • 336 South Twin Oaks Valley Rd, San Marcos
  • 5800 South Eastern Ave, Los Angeles
  • 336 South Twin Oaks Valley Rd, San Marcos
  • 5800 South Eastern Ave, Los Angeles
  • 1818 South Euclid St, Anaheim
  • 200 Cochrane Plaza, Morgan Hill
  • 2925 Scott Blvd, Santa Clara
  • 3491 McKee Rd, San Jose
  • 1400 Moraga Way, Moraga
  • 2049 Century Park East, Los Angeles
  • 1275 Fell St, San Francisco

Also Read: New Study Shows Nearly 190 Banks on Verge of Collapsing

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