Why does Wells Fargo limit services in some cities, not others?

I believe that banks are essential services. Why is it that Wells Fargo continues to have teller services closed in all of Everett, Marysville and Snohomish, but conveniently open for the residents of Mill Creek and Mukilteo?

Carole Williams


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