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 EntryNo: 978
 Date: Thursday
08:10 PM
05.11.2009
Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 5.1; Trident/4.0; .NET CLR 2.0.50727; OfficeLiveConnector.1.3; OfficeLivePatch.0.0; .NET CLR 3.0.4506.2152; .NET CLR 3.5.30729; eMusic DLM/4; InfoPath.2) He who is not to be named
Internet Explorer Afghanistan
How many people are irritated by the recent changes to the employee 401(k) investment choices? Since the conversion about 3 weeks ago, the new choices that I was mapped to have lost $4000 of my money. The Small Cap Fund of funds has lost 7% in 3 weeks! If you look at the details of index fund and 'fund of funds' choices you'll see that Wells Fargo gets a management fee for each one. Not illegal I guess, but it sure does look crummy to me that they're making money off their employees' retirement savings.
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 EntryNo: 977
 Date: Thursday
08:44 AM
05.11.2009
Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; Intel Mac OS X 10_5_8; en-us) AppleWebKit/531.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/4.0.3 Safari/531.9 Jerry
Safari United States of America
Wells Fargo is ruining this country. At this point I think they are Govt. sanctioned thieves and have stopped being a safe place to keep money.

They seem more interested in the wellbeing of their shareholders and executives than their customers. I am sick of it and am closing my accounts.

We have had 2 checking accounts, 2 savings accounts and a credit Card with a 10,000 limit. We are closing all of our accounts and WELLS FARGO CAN GO -BADWORD- ITSELF! Good riddance.

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 EntryNo: 976
 Date: Wednesday
02:00 PM
04.11.2009
Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 5.1; Trident/4.0; .NET CLR 1.1.4322) George Smith
Internet Explorer United States of America
I got charged for a $35 overdraft fee in addition to the charge, even though Wells Fargo never released the funds to the payee. Ripped off!!
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 EntryNo: 975
 Date: Wednesday
01:17 PM
04.11.2009
Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 6.0; en-US; rv:1.9.1.4) Gecko/20091016 Firefox/3.5.4 (.NET CLR 3.5.30729) Lisa
Firefox United States of America
I deposited a check for $1000 this past Saturday 10/31. I have bills that started hitting Tuesday 11/3. Seems WF put a $900 hold on my account 'till 11/12 - on that check. I call WF to find out why, as i have bills hitting NOW. WF tells me because the bank that issued the check has not released the funds I'll have to get a release letter from the issuing bank saying when they released the funds, blah, blah blah. Well, the bank that the check is from, Capital One, says they in fact have not released the funds because they have not been presented with the request/check from WF. Capital One hasn't got record of the request from Wells Fargo! So I can't even get a letter from Capital One with the pay date, as they haven't paid as they are still waiting for a request from WF. So I call WF back and tell them that Capitol One says they never got the request to pay on the check. So, rather than WF saying they will reissue the request to Capitol One for payment, the customer service dude just insists that WF did send the request and it would take 5 days to remove the hold anyways. So I ask/say to him, "So you're telling me I'm stuck between my bank saying they made the request and got no response and the other bank saying they never got the request?". The agent is just sorta quiet. So I step in with what I think is the obvious solution, "Well I think you should make the request again...today! clearly there was a problem with the request going through!". The "WF customer service agent, who acts arrogant as Hell btw, says, "What I suggest you do is have the account holder that wrote the check cancel the check and give you cash so you can get that money in your account as soon as possible". WTF?!?!. It costs money to put a stop payment on a check...and why can't he just reissue the request for payment? In the mean time my bills have started to hit and my account looks overdrawn (IS WF gonna charge me overdraft fees?!?) while $900 sits on hold and WF won't help me get it released be reissuing the request to Capital One. I'm stuck between two banks!!! Only thing I can think to do next is actually go into a WF branch office in person, with the person that wrote the check and with a Capital One customer service person on their cell phone and try and get these two banks to communicate and get me my freaking money before 11/12! THEN I'm leaving Wells Fargo! I meant to leave them months ago, as I have found them to be the WORST with fees and weird online practices. I can't even see what my balance is online after each transaction. BoA always had it so I could see my balance after each transaction. Plus this was not the first arrogant WF customer service agent I've had. Anyways, this situation seals the deal that I'm taking MY MONEY (which WF seems to have forgot that it's actually MY MONEY, not their money...I'm their customer! not for much longer though) I'm firing them as my bank as soon as this $1000 thing is resolved. Wonder how much they are gonna try and make off me with this one? Asses!
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 EntryNo: 974
 Date: Tuesday
01:31 AM
03.11.2009
Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1; .NET CLR 1.0.3705; .NET CLR 1.1.4322; InfoPath.1; .NET CLR 2.0.50727; .NET CLR 3.0.04506.30; MS-RTC LM 8; MS-RTC LM 8) bob H.
Internet Explorer United States of America
I was dealing with a mortgage broker (Mike D.) out of their rosemont pa office. After a month of paperwork exchanges by fax and email he finally charged my debit card for $425.00 and said the loan went through thats why my card was charged. They sent a property appraiser out and I was told by my broker the mortgage was approved and I set a settlement date for 10/30 and went on a vacation on 10/17. I came back from vacation and after leaving several voice mails for the broker on his cell phone and unanwsered emails he finally calls me and tells me he was laid off from wells fargo while i was on vacation and someone would contact me about the mortgage. mind you this is 10/26 and i am suppose to settle on 10/30 I finally tracked down the woman who is taking over his loans on 10/27 she tells me they can't settle on 10/30 and she will call in 2 days to let me know what the deal is after she looks over his paperwork well it is now 10/3 almost a month since my loan was locked in and still no phone call! Its not like i am a credit risk i have a 754 fico and am putting 20% percent down on a 150,000 loan for a house tha is appraised at 217,500. I will never deal with this bank again. They are a bunch of buttheads. When you lay off an employee wouldn't you think that you may want to call his customers asap to let them know why they don't respond to your emails or phone calls or at least check the work phone that still has his voice mail on it 2 weeks after you laid him off, for voicemails!!!!!!! I wish they would just refund my $425.00 and let me get on with my life. Missing settlement date is inexcusable when their former employee said it was set in stone. Wells fargo you suck the big one!!!!!
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 EntryNo: 973
 Date: Monday
05:23 PM
02.11.2009
Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; PPC Mac OS X Mach-O; en; rv:1.8.1.23) Gecko/20090925 Camino/1.6.10 (like Firefox/2.0.0.23) Matthew Smith
Firefox United States of America
Over the past year, my little biz has had difficulties. WF has racked up a few thousand dollars in NSF fees at their felonious 35/pop. Typically: A check came in on Fri after business hrs; Sat a.m. I deposit to cover plus an additional 1800.; all pending over the wknd; Monday afternoon, with 2300 in pending deposits, they returned the 500 check. I don't know how they sleep at night.
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 EntryNo: 972
 Date: Monday
04:42 PM
02.11.2009
Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; .NET CLR 1.1.4322; .NET CLR 2.0.50727) sandycs1953
Internet Explorer United States of America
Wells Fargo sent a foreclosure letter to me because I was one month behind in a mortgage payment. The letter was sent October 4. My October payment was due but was NOT late. The foreclosure letter stated I had until November 3 to make both payments, plus they accessed a late fee of $40.00 for late September payment. There was nothing in the letter about paying this amount in one lump sum. I paid October payment on time. Paid September payment on 10-27-09. Plus paid the late fee on 11-2-09. So, all monies for payments are in. Should be okay, right? WRONG!! Wells Fargo assessed a late fee for the October payment. Why? Because they treated the payment I made on 10-14-09 as my September payment. And then the payment I made on 10-27-09 as my late October payment. They charged me TWO late fees, even though the foreclosure letter stated I would be charged $40 for September only and had until 11-3-09 to get all payments in to avoid foreclosure. When I called WF they told me that the payment was considered late (for September) so the late fee on the foreclosure notice was for that. Then when I paid my October payment on 10-14-09, it was also late because they told me they considered it to be my "September" payment. So, even though they have a foreclosure letter stating that $___ amount of money was due in by November 3, 2009, they can still charge you a late fee at their WHIM! I tried explaining to Collections that they could not have it both ways, that the foreclosure letter was sent to me because I was behind ONE payment and now that all payments were in, that I would NOT, NOT paid another late fee for an agreed amount on a letter. Needless to say, after talking to 2 different people, I hung up in tears. WF has everyone over a barrel and they know it and take advantage of people. That's how they pay their RUDE Collection people.
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 EntryNo: 971
 Date: Monday
04:24 PM
02.11.2009
Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 6.0; en-US; rv:1.9.0.15) Gecko/2009101601 Firefox/3.0.15 (.NET CLR 3.5.30729) Common Sense Police: Internal Affairs
Firefox United States of America
Please, fool.

If you can't relate to the problems, then keep your mouth shut. I'm not sure if you're still banking, or just taking money out of your jar under your mattress, but reports from everyday users up to federal regulatory officials have cited the problems of large-scale corporate banking entities and their penchant for picking on the weaknesses of the consumer.

Since you seem to enjoy standing on a pulpit, preaching your anger over the carelessness of the masses, I could only think you're either a Wells Fargo troll or an embittered old man with little to do except yell and -BADWORD- ever since your once-virile -BADWORD- had fully degraded into its current status as a whithered, emaciated, pale root.

Take your frustrations elsewhere, -BADWORD-.

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 EntryNo: 970
 Date: Sunday
01:35 PM
01.11.2009
Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 5.1; Trident/4.0; GTB6.3) Patrick Labay
Internet Explorer United States of America
If your treated Well by Wells Fargo, it's because you are their commercial. Once you catch them hiding online funds and displaying incorrect balances on purpose, you enter a new relationship with them. One of being victimized constantly.
They have charged m thousands in overdrafts over the years and made a profit during the recession because of this. When I opened another bank account with Chase, Wells Fargo closed my checking account.. for what they said was too many overdrafts.. Seriously, this company is Russian styled organized crime like the type you wish you only read about.

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 EntryNo: 969
 Date: Sunday
12:38 AM
01.11.2009
Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 5.1; Trident/4.0; GTB6; .NET CLR 1.0.3705; .NET CLR 1.1.4322; Media Center PC 4.0; InfoPath.2) I hate Wells Fargo
Internet Explorer United States of America

Since I have zero trust in this bank by now, I called a few days before the payment was to be automatically withdrawn from my checking account. I was assured that everything was in place and this time the payment would be made, thus officially starting the trial phase of the program. I never expected the problem that occurred.





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