The company says it's trying to improve the situation but continues to require that call center employees come into work. “We’re all at risk right now,” one employee said.
The bank has categorized the employees as "essential" and won't let them work from home. "I'm terrified," one employee said.
A new legal argument from the extremely shady bank is basically: "We can't be trusted to tell the actual truth." And it might work.
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"I think honestly they kept waiting for me to do something that was going to get me kicked out."
The notorious bank is facing law suits for discriminating against blacks and Latinos in Philadelphia.
The bank became notorious last year for creating fake accounts on behalf of customers. Now it's trying to kill a class-action lawsuit over shady debit card fees.
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