(Bloomberg) -- Wells Fargo was sued by Los Angeles for allegedly opening accounts and issuing credit cards without customers authorization as part of what the city called a fee-generating machine.
The bank set unrealistic quotas for the number of banking products its employees must sell, which pressured them to resort to abusive and fraudulent tactics to meet their sales targets, Los Angeles said in a state court complaint filed Monday.
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