Federal regulators are seeking $1 billion in civil penalties from Wells Fargo & Co. for overcharging tens of thousands of customers for improper mortgage fees and unneeded insurance policies, the troubled bank said Friday.

San Francisco-based Wells Fargo reported its preliminary first quarter financial results of $5.9 billion in net income, but said the figure “may have to be revised to reflect additional accruals” for the penalty.

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