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Wells Fargo faces massive new scandal

Wells Fargo’s hopes that a $142 million June settlement of a class-action lawsuit over its agents creating up to 2.1 million unwanted checking, savings and credit-card accounts from 2011 to 2015 would end the iconic California company’s headaches have been

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Prop. 33 promotes auto insurance discount 18

Oct. 18, 2012 By Dave Roberts Proposition 33 is either a common sense way to increase competition in the auto insurance market, thus lowering rates for many drivers, or a ploy to raise rates on those who can least afford

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Is Prop 33 consumer friendly or not? 8

Oct. 11, 2012 By Katy Grimes Should your good driver discount follow you when you change insurance companies? Proposition 33 will allow insurance companies to offer discounts to new customers who can prove they were continuously covered by any licensed auto insurance company

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