Wells Fargo had opened and activated a credit card, attached it to XXXX checking account as overdraft protection, and issued XXXX cash advances along with transfer fees, overdraft fees, and of course interest. I had made XXXX transfer of funds from one account to another where I pay my bills. These XXXX different transfers were backed out and cash advances were then issued on a credit card that was attached to my account without my knowledge or permission. I still receive paper bills for any credit cards I have and when I received the Wells Fargo credit card bill, I thought I was a victim of ID fraud. I called the credit card group and they made me feel that I was breaking the law. Little did I know they were trying to steal my money! This occurred within the last 90 days.