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Wells Fargo Customers May Not Be Able To Go To Court

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News video: Wells Fargo Customers May Not Be Able To Go To CourtA class-action lawsuit filed against Wells Fargo last week might be hamstrung at the starting line, legal experts say. Customers who had bank or credit card accounts opened in their name without their knowledge face an uphill battle even getting a court to hear their case because of mandatory arbitration contract clauses that protect banks from class-action suits, consumer advocates say.

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