Letter to the Editor: Thoughts on the Wells Fargo fiasco
So, the Consumer Finance Protection Board recovers millions for consumers who have been fleeced by Wells Fargo and slaps the company with a big fine. Over 5,000 people lose their jobs as a result.
The guy who headed up the division that fleeced these folks escapes with a multi-million dollar parachute, and the Republicans in the House want to gut the Consumer Finance Protection Board.
One could say the Republicans are a bit like the Israelites fleeing Egypt. You know, worshipping the golden calf.
Where is Moses when you need him?
Michael Cash, Maurertown
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