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(Des Moines Register)   68 year-old man fired by Wells Fargo after it was discovered he put a cardboard dime in a washing machine in 1963 is cleared to work again in the banking industry, but Wells Fargo wants him to reapply and earn a smaller wage   (blogs.desmoinesregister.com) divider line 8
    More: Followup, Wells Fargo, West Des Moines, process work, bank regulation, customer service representative, salary, Grassley  
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2012-10-11 06:08:43 AM
3 votes:
I hope you know this will go down on your permanent record
2012-10-11 06:22:06 AM
2 votes:
bbut Wells Fargo prints cardboard coins all the time (loans)
2012-10-11 09:26:16 AM
1 votes:
Wells Fargo fired me because I was using a loophole to get new customers free checks.
2012-10-11 09:11:19 AM
1 votes:
You bleeding heart, soft on crime libtards make me sick.

A man who would steal from a laundromat has a soul marred by sin. He would have no qualms about stealing from a bank account - maybe even yours.

A criminal working for a bank could do untold harm to individuals, the company that employs him, and perhaps every single depositor who does business with that bank, if the public's confidence in the safety of the institution is put into doubt.

We must demand the highest ethical standards for those who work in the financial industry in general, and the banking sector in particular, and there must be zero tolerance for illegal behavior.

Furthermore, we must hold rank and file bank employees to the same exacting moral standards as the owners and executives. Therefore he deserves to be kicked to the curb with no sympathy whatsoever.
2012-10-11 08:09:27 AM
1 votes:
sodomizer: Regulation: empowering knee-jerk bureaucrats to wreck perfectly normal arrangements for detail non-compliance while ignoring bigger problems under their noses.

Seriously, this is a case of hiring the wrong people to police the industry. Who likes a bureaucrat?


I love your name. I think I shall give it a bright red hilight.
2012-10-11 08:04:46 AM
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sodomizer: Regulation: empowering knee-jerk bureaucrats to wreck perfectly normal arrangements for detail non-compliance while ignoring bigger problems under their noses.

Seriously, this is a case of hiring the wrong people to police the industry. Who likes a bureaucrat?


A lawyer?
2012-10-11 06:48:08 AM
1 votes:
I use the same bank as ICP, Wells Faygo.
2012-10-11 06:13:01 AM
1 votes:
It sounds more like the banks are using the new regulations to legally get rid of higher cost employees and help their bottom line.
 
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