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Sen. Elizabeth Warren presses Wells Fargo on problems with consumer refunds

WASHINGTON - Sen. Elizabeth Warren is pressing Wells Fargo & Co. to explain reported problems in issuing refunds to customers for who were charged inappropriately for auto insurance and mortgage fees.

In a sharply worded letter to Chief Executive Tim Sloan, Warren called the problems "unacceptable."

"Wells Fargo has stolen money from its customers,"

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