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UPDATE 1-Ohio extends anathema on Wells Fargo business by 6 months (WFC)

(Adds criticism from Wells Fargo)

WASHINGTON, Oct 12 (Reuters) – Ohio will extend a anathema on
doing business with Wells Fargo Co since a bank
has not finished adequate to assistance consumers or purify adult a culture,
the state’s administrator pronounced on Thursday.

“This bank has not nonetheless regained a public’s confidence,”
Governor John Kasich pronounced in a statement. “Wells Fargo still has
work to do.”

Ohio cut ties with Wells Fargo final Oct after a bank
reported that millions of artificial accounts might have been created
without patron approval.

At a time, Kasich pronounced Ohio would equivocate operative with the
bank on debt offerings or financial services for one year. In
recent months, Wells Fargo has pronounced it found other customer
abuses with debt automobile word products.

On Thursday, Kasich extended his anathema by April.

“I’m peaceful to revisit this conditions in 6 months,”
Kasich pronounced in a statement.

A Wells Fargo central pronounced on Thursday that a bank is
committed to repair a picture with a public.

“We will continue in a efforts to reconstruct trust with our
customers in Ohio and nationwide,” pronounced a spokesman. “We are
disappointed in a governor’s decision.”

Other cities and states have enacted identical bans, including
New York City, Chicago, Massachusetts, Illinois and California.
It could not immediately be dynamic if all of those bans are
still in place.
(Reporting by Steve Holland and Patrick Rucker in Washington;
Additional stating by Dan Freed in New York; Editing by Leslie
Adler and Jonathan Oatis)

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