DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL - As if Wells Fargo's poor showing Tuesday when Chairman and CEO John Stumpf appeared before the Senate Banking Committee wasn't bad enough, the unfolding scandal looked even worse Wednesday as more former employees discussed details of the fraudulent behavior.
One can only imagine how the impact of hearing directly from victims of the Wells Fargo scandal will play with members of Congress and the general public.
Wells Fargo is Colorado's largest bank.
"They ruined my life," Bill Bado, a former Wells Fargo banker in Pennsylvania, told CNNMoney for a report published Wednesday. Bado said he's working part-time at a convenience store after being unable to find work at a bank. He told CNNMoney that he's on the brink of foreclosure.
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