I had a check sent to my house but i just moved. my room mates were still there and i told them a check should be coming in a few days. just lost my job, had no money to pay bills and the check was big. someone opened it and took it to wells fargo and cashed it without any ID or fingerprint. my school who sent the check sent all my documentation to a fraud investigator at wells fargo. i have yet to receive my money. my bills are all late. i have been under constant stress and emailing back and forth with my school hoping to get this resolved. i would like to sue wells fargo under the person who allowed it to be cashed since it was in the course of regular employment. i also want to sue the individuals who cashed it. please advise.. I live in CA but this happened in CO.
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