Virginia has joined a multistate settlement in which Wells Fargo Bank will pay $575 million to resolve claims that it set up fake accounts without its customers’ permission and made improper auto and mortgage loan charges. Virginia’s share of the settlement is $11.55 million, Attorney General Mark Herring’s office announced Friday.
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