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NBC NEWS REPORT January 23, 2020

   John Stumpf, the former head of Wells Fargo who presided over the bank's cross-selling scandal, has been barred from ever working for a bank, federal officials announced on Thursday.

     “The actions announced by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency today reinforce the agency’s expectations that management and employees of national banks and federal savings associations provide fair access to financial services, treat customers fairly, and comply with applicable laws and regulations,” Comptroller of the Currency Joseph Otting said in a statement.

     Eight former executives were fined for their role in the sales fraud, including Carrie Tolstedt, head of the community banking division at the center of the scandal. Stumpf has agreed to pay a $17.5 million personal fine, and Tolstedt is facing a penalty that regulators say could top $25 million.

   The once-thriving San Francisco-based banking giant has experienced sluggish demand for its services since the scandal first came to light in 2016. It has paid $185 million in fines for unethical sales practices that included opening around 3.5 million fake accounts without customer authorization. It has also settled a $110 million class-action lawsuit and is currently facing a slew of lawsuits that could total $3 billion.

     About 5,300 staff members were fired in connection with the fraud. Stumpf abruptly retired from the company in October 2016, not long after facing blistering questions from congressional panels. The bank has since cycled through several senior executives and CEOs.

     An investigation by the bank's own board in 2017 blamed top management for creating an "aggressive sales culture" that led to the phony accounts. Wells' board singled out Stumpf and Tolstedt, saying both executives dragged their feet for years regarding problems at what was then the second-largest U.S. bank, and were ultimately unwilling to accept criticism that the bank's sales-focused business model was failing.

     Many current and former employees talked of intense and constant pressure from managers to sell and open accounts, and some said it pushed them into unethical behavior. The report backs up those employees' accounts. The board also found that Stumpf was unwilling to change Wells' business model when problems arose.

     "His reaction invariably was that a few bad employees were causing issues ... he was too late and too slow to call for inspection or critical challenge to (Wells') basic business model," the board said.

     Shares in Wells Fargo were down by around 0.5 percent Thursday afternoon.

Wells Fargo Potential Unauthorized Accounts Grows to 3.5 Million  Aug. 31, 201701:40

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Haywood Jackson Mizell                                                               January 03, 2019

4518 Woodledge Drive      

Montgomery, AL 36109                       Certified Mail 7018 3090 0001 9985 3564

                                                             Return Receipt 9590 9402 4949 9063 7991 48


Wells Fargo Home Mortgage

Return Mail Operations

P.O. Box 10368

Des Moines, IA 50306·0368

ATTN: Amy Wachter

Senior Vice President

Customer Care and Recovery Group


Subject: Acknowledgment your typical letter addressed to Alice Faye Mizell and signed by Amy Wachter of December 26, 2019, Account 708·0128507779. The identity information regarding the Mortgage Banker Bond, policy number and claim department, were not mentioned. Mentioned was request for purchase of additional time. The outstanding obligation and agreed to amount for WF purchase of time: Total due as of January 01, 2020---$605,220,224.12


Dear Amy Wachter,


This letter is to response to your letter dated 12/26/2019. The above referenced contract was secured by both parties, the borrower secured the promise to pay with real estate that was wrongfully foreclosed upon and Wells Fargo secured their lawful conduct as lender with a Mortgage Banker Bond to be filed in the records of the Dale County Alabama Probate Office. WF’s failure to file the Mortgage Banker Bond into the record is one of WF’s defaults. WF has elected unlimited exposure and purchase of time until such time research has located the bond for execution. Such location determination could limit WF’s exposure, provided the bond is located, which establishes lawful limits to WF’s defaults that are illegal.


Needless to say, the time purchase amount is valid only as compensation for a default and is established by consent of both parties. Consent has been granted after proper notification and has been agreed to by a 30-day response silence identified and connected to each written request as clarified by each request for additional time. The current monthly time extension request is approximately $3.6 million as agreed to, and similar to late payment fees.


The borrower, and neither can the lender, lawfully exact collection of the security instrument without, judicial or consensual non-judicial, review. It is always best to let law enforcement lawfully make the collection, all without disturbance of the peace.

As borrower, the monthly additional fee amount is such that it is unwise to dishonor time extension requests short of reaching $1 billion. On the other hand, the borrower cannot prevent the lender’s default curative efforts in curtailing lender’s exposure.


WF’s Mortgage Banker Bond default existed from the beginning and continues even today, and without dispute or dissent as to its default liability.


Your truly,




Signed for Alice Faye Mizell by her husband Haywood Jackson Mizell


Enclosed copy of your letter dated 12/26/2019.

The Declaration of Independence canceled any notion that kings ruled by Divine Right. The Prince of this World could only offer bondage. God gave each of his creation the opportunity to be free simply by accepting His plea, a free gift or remedy provided the remedy was accepted, from the heart, within a specified length of time. After death, one who refused the free remedy has an eternal hell to pay.

The Constitution granted freedom governed through “public Law”. Since 1933, all Americans are today governed by “public policy”. Rid yourself of “default thinking” and embrace “future based thinking” where freedom alone prevails.