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Here are the most recent episodes of the Why Your Bank Sucks Podcast. Please click on the Podcast Archive for a list of other available episodes or Subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever amazing podcasts are published!
October 2, 2019
Wells Fargo Breaks Ground: Hires Old Man Bank Exec to be their CEO! (Sigh) + Bank of America Floods Your Earhole w/ Radio and Podcasts!
August 24, 2019
I'm Applying to be the Next CEO of Wells Fargo - My Plan to Turn that Dump Around!
After reading an older article about how it's nearly impossible for Wells Fargo to hire a CEO because of the issues it faces, coupled with the thought that whoever they pick, it would not be a long-lasting tenure because of said struggles, I came up with a plan.
August 19, 2019
Breaking Down the Amazing Wells Fargo NY Times Article by Emily Flitter - My Take on a Piece of Brilliant Journalism
@flitteronfraud on Twitter - Emily Flitter of the New York Times came out with an amazing Wells Fargo piece about supposed "Closed accounts" that were still getting fees charged to them, and it shook up Wells Fargo Twitter for a weekend. So much resentment came back, and for good reason.
August 16, 2019
How I Recovered $4000 from Bank of America for a Fraud Victim, While BofA Fraud Claims did NOTHING!!! (Brian's Song)
Why Your Bank Sucks has rescued $81,600 since April 1st from Bank of America and Wells Fargo.
Unethical fees, extended holds and fraud claims are what we go after.
Today's podcast was probably my proudest moment so far. I recovered $4000+ from Bank of America to help Brian from Chicago, a victim of fraud who was being screwed by BofA. Identity stolen, his name, ss number and account were used in another state to cash over $4000 in checks while he was hard at work in Chicago. Bank of America denied his claim, stating it was him making the transaction.
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