Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel announced the start of a consumer compensation review program by Wells Fargo.
The program allows people who have not been made whole through other remediation programs to have an additional review by a Wells Fargo team for possible relief.
The consumer compensation review program was a key component of the $575 million settlement entered by attorneys general from all 50 states to resolve claims that the bank violated state consumer protection laws.
Michigan's share was over $5 million.
You can find more information at wellsfargo.com/commitment/redress