After the financial crisis, Wells Fargo was America’s darling bank. They boast branches in almost every neighborhood and they seemed unaffected by the greater 2008 crisis. Unlike the New York banks, they weren’t involved in the mortgage crisis. However, something far more sinister was in the works. Wells Fargo committed fraud on a truly massive scale involving accounts, credit cards, their customers, and over-pressured sales people trying to meet unattainable sales goals. The worst part is that it is still going on.