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Wells Fargo reportedly altered business clients' documents without their knowledge

Some Wells Fargo & Co. employees reportedly altered information improperly on documents related to certain business customers, adding another layer to the banking giant's woes.

Wells Fargo already has been heavily sanctioned by federal regulators

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