What Wells Fargo did to its customers is hardly an aberration it seems.
Wells Fargo is just the latest member of Corporate America to get caught with its hands in its Customers’ pockets. Wells’ opening of non-authorized credit cards, and other accounts, generates increased revenue for the company. You might have noticed questionable additional charges on your utility bill, received the hard-sell to accept unnecessary options when you bought a car, or were charged for unnecessary “extras” on your cell phone bill. Unfortunately, this happens everywhere today, it seems.
Many employees have noticed that the corporate contribution for their health care, retirement and other so-called employer-sponsored benefits (if they have them, at all) have been reduced, as the workers are now expected to pay even more. In essence, Corporate America has been pulling-back those benefits that attracted employees to begin with. Yes, the cost of those benefits do eat into corporate profits; but, the commitment of those same employees, to the…
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