We all work hard for our money, and we like to think that when we put it in the bank or a credit union, it will be safely taken care of.

We like to think that.

But if you're a pornstar, you might not be given the same safety as the rest of us.

Apparently, Chase has been closing the bank accounts of porn stars, claiming these accounts are a "risk." Now, being a porn star involves risks of many kinds, I'm sure, but--from what I've heard--acquiring currency is not one of them. Seriously, they're clearly getting paid. All the excessive tanning and tacky dye jobs aren't cheap.

Now before you start shouting "Stop stiffing our porn stars, Chase! They're getting screwed!"--and if you were shouting that, you should be ashamed of yourself; you're above those puns--there's a solution!

Wells Fargo has come out and said they'd be willing to take all the former Chase customers' business. Money is money, after all.