Former banker sues Wells Fargo, says he blew whistle on mortgage practices

A former Wells Fargo mortgage banker in Beverly Hills who was fired and later fined by federal regulators has sued the bank, saying he was used as a scapegoat and that regulators ignored his attempts to report bad practices.

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David Eghbali, who had been one of the bank’s top mortgage bankers, said the bank fired him improperly as part of a scheme to focus investigators “on David’s possible minor violations … and away from Wells Fargo’s own predatory mortgage pricing policies.”

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