The Ugliest Planes and Best Food Plus Pocketing $1500 Thanks to Wells Fargo Cross-selling

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  1. Let me guess? Telegraph readers prefer white planes with boring cheatlines.

    Frontier, Wizze, S7 and Hawaiian are great liveries. Hawaiian one is great design, well balanced with a great color scheme and logo.

  2. I’m the guy who sued Wells Fargo. Something I didn’t clarify in that blog post (but that is clarified in some of the linked documents) is that I never went out of my way to do business with them — they bought my mortgage from a broker. I had a couple of things going for me that their average customer might not — no arbitration clause, and I had specifically written them more than once telling them not to bother me unless they didn’t receive my payment.

    You’ll never guess why I had to do that…

    Anyway, if you do have an arbitration clause with them, but got called after you withdrew permission for them to call you, one way to punish them for bothering you may be to complain to the FCC. If enough people do that to get the FCC’s attention, the FCC can fine them $16,000 per violation.

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