We travel back to the days in which the Great Recession awakened and all hell broke loose. At the onset, a female Wells Fargo Advisors registered representative was given two promissory notes; unfortunately, when the end of her employment came, it didn't end well, and Wells Fargo went after its former employee for over $200,000 in promissory note balances. Alas, 2016 hasn't been the best of years for a beleaguered Wells Fargo; and judging by this FINRA Arbitration, the beleaguering isn't done. READ
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