In a lawsuit stunning for giving renewed life to the revenue-sharing scandals and for extending the period certain through 2006, Wells Fargo has been hit with a class-action lawsuit for allegedly sharing mutual fund revenue with brokers and other selling agents, without informing shareholders and through excessively high fees.


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