Teller terminations related to way employees were trained |

Teller terminations related to way employees were trained

Recent newspaper and radio news stories have reported problems at the Dillon City Market branch of Wells Fargo.

The stories have used the words fraud and embezzlement to describe the termination of all the tellers at the Dillon branch of the bank.

I am one of those tellers and there certainly is another side to this story.

I am a 19 year old and have lived in Summit County for my entire life. It was with shock and anguish that I received the news while on vacation that I had been terminated.

The sole reason stated for the termination is a teller procedure that I had been trained to perform since my first day on the job.

This procedure had been recommended and required by all of my supervisors and managers until the day I was terminated.

To classify a procedure I was required to perform by my managers as fraud and embezzlement is deeply troubling. I want to assure my friends and the customers I served that I am taking every administrative and legal action necessary to restore my banking career that was unfairly taken away from me by Wells Fargo.

I am confident the matter will be quickly resolved by the Wells Fargo Corp. and I can again return to providing professional bank services with integrity to the customers I have served for the last year.

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