Wells Fargo Employees Unpaid Wages Lawsuit
Step 1: Are you a current or former Wells Fargo employee?
Step 2: Do you work as a private banker, account executive, bank teller, branch manager, or customer service representative for Wells Fargo?
Step 3: Have you been forced to work off-the-clock or overtime for no additional pay?
Step 4: If you answered “yes” to the first three steps, please fill out the form on this page. You may be able to file a class action lawsuit.
If you are a current or former Wells Fargo employee who works as a private banker, account executive, bank teller, branch manager, or customer service representative, were forced to work off-the-clock or overtime for no additional pay, and are interested in discussing a possible case, please contact Eric Lechtzin at firstname.lastname@example.org or (215) 875-3038.
About the case
Berger Montague is investigating Wells Fargo for a potential class action lawsuit on behalf of current and former employees who claim they were not paid overtime compensation or not paid for all hours worked.
Since September 2016, Wells Fargo has been the target of government investigations into an alleged fraudulent scheme to open millions of unauthorized checking and credit accounts on behalf of existing customers in order to enhance its sales figures.
Current and former Wells Fargo employees, including private bankers, account executives, bank tellers, branch managers, and customer service representatives have alleged that they were forced to open fake accounts in order to meet unrealistic and oppressive sales quotas. These same employees allege that they were also forced to work off-the-clock in order to meet the sales targets set by Wells Fargo’s senior management, as it was impossible to achieve such sales in a forty (40) hour workweek.
The federal government has also undertaken a related inquiry into whether Wells Fargo skirted overtime laws by failing to pay overtime to private bankers, account executives, bank tellers, branch managers, and customer service representatives who stayed late, worked from home, or came in on weekends to meet their sales quotas, or by misclassifying salaried bank associates as overtime-exempt to avoid paying the overtime guaranteed to them by the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”).
Under the FLSA, non-exempt employees are entitled to one and a half (1 ½) times their regular hourly pay rate for every hour worked above forty (40) hours during the workweek. 29 U.S.C. § 207.
Which Wells Fargo employees are affected by this?
We are interested in speaking to current or former Wells Fargo employees who work as:
- Private bankers
- Account executives
- Bank tellers
- Branch managers
- Customer service representatives
If you are a current or former Wells Fargo private banker, account executive, bank teller, branch manager, or customer service representative who did not receive overtime pay, or you were required to work off-the-clock, contact Berger Montague You may be able to file a lawsuit for your unpaid wages.
Do I have to pay to consult with an attorney?
We are happy to talk with you about your potential claims free of charge. If we decide to represent you in a lawsuit, we will enter into a written contingent fee agreement with you. A contingent fee agreement means we only get paid if we win, and that we will receive our fees from the amount paid by the Defendant in the case.
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