The Wells Fargo Employee Who Emailed the CEO Asking for a $10K Raise for His Colleagues Has Quit

The Wells Fargo Employee Who Asked For 10K In Raises For Employees Quits
The Wells Fargo Employee Who Asked For 10K In Raises For Employees Quits



By Julia La Roche

The Wells Fargo employee who emailed the bank's CEO last year asking for a raise for himself and his colleagues has left his job.

"After 7 years last Friday was my last day with Wells Fargo," Tyrel Oates wrote on Facebook attaching a copy of the letter he sent to John Stumpf, the CEO of Wells Fargo (See below).

His decision to leave appears to be a personal one.