Wells Fargo is accused of potentially “strip[ping] customers” of their constitutional rights by pursuing arbitration, according to a brief filed by plaintiffs in the leading class action suit over forced car insurance by the bank.
Plaintiff Katherine Jacob, in a reply to the embattled bank’s opposition to a preliminary injunction, said Wells Fargo was threatening to invoke arbitration clauses “burie[d]” in customer agreements, rather than face plaintiffs in court.
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