In response to Paul Boyd’s letter, Sept. 18, regarding Idaho Senator Crapo and Wells Fargo Bank.
As chairman of the Senate banking committee, Senator Crapo should hold all hearings necessary to protect citizens. If banks can’t be trusted should they be in business?
Banks are in business to handle our money. Wells Fargo Bank has committed fraudulent acts on its customers: phoney accounts, unwanted car insurance, false late payment charges, etc. How can we trust a bank with these acts? Isn’t trust one of the main reasons for choosing a bank?
George Bambauer, Boise