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Wells Fargo agreed to a three billion dollar fine to settle criminal and civil investigations in the company employees opening millions of unauthorized bank accounts to meet sales goals the scandal was first revealed in twenty sixteen since then Wells Fargo has paid billions in fines to state and federal regulators the settlement with the justice department covers Wells Fargo is a company prosecutors could still go after individuals who may have broken banking laws the company's former chief executive was fined more than seventeen million dollars and banned for life from the banking