Wells Fargo's reputation as the good guy may be over.
Last week the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau slapped the bank with a $185 million fine -- the bureau's largest ever -- after it came to light that bank employees were opening new accounts without customers' permission.
Employees reportedly created these unwanted accounts to meet sales targets.
Following the malpractice, Wells Fargo announced yesterday that going forward it will eliminate product sales goals for retail bankers.
But the drama doesn't stop there.