Wis. (WLAX/WEUX) – Wells Fargo will pay billions to resolve allegations against the bank. It has been working for years to clear up the fall-out of its fake accounts scandal, and its practices in its mortgage and auto lending businesses.

Now it has a 3.7-billion-dollar deal to resolve allegations from the consumer financial protection bureau. It includes a 1.7-billion-dollar penalty and more than 2 billion to be returned to customers.

The bureau says the bank illegally charged fees and interest. And some people even had their cars illegally re-possessed.