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 EntryNo: 2865
 Date: Thursday
02:07 AM
14.11.2013
Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; GTB7.0; .NET CLR 1.1.4322; .NET CLR 2.0.50727; .NET CLR 3.0.04506.30; .NET4.0C) Joel J. Carlson
Internet Explorer United States of America
After sending in my car payment, I was notified they had not received it. After sending multiple copies of the M/O I sent, they repoed my car. I then had to pay for the storage and various fees. After multiple calls and FAX's, they FINALLY acknowledged my payment. This took over a week. After all the BS, yes, THEY HAD gotten my payment! What a surprise!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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 EntryNo: 2864
 Date: Tuesday
05:59 PM
12.11.2013
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Internet Explorer United States of America
I am in a battle with the heads of WellsFargo, we called in a payment for a CC to be taken 11/13/2013,and these mouks took it that day, we called in to tell them when to withdraw it and they were in such a hurry to get money they overdrew my account by several hundreds.They could not follow directions if it was written on the palm of thier hands. Just saying WTH.
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 EntryNo: 2863
 Date: Sunday
08:27 AM
10.11.2013
Mozilla/5.0 (compatible; MSIE 10.0; Windows NT 6.2; WOW64; Trident/6.0; Touch; MAARJS) Steve B
Internet Explorer United States of America
Warning if u go this route u will be jacked around endlessly. Buyer had an 800 credit score ,2 old special needs children needing a home.Wells has ask for repeated petty info .Keeps delaying closing with excuses like a blurred number on fax.I tell u no one is at the wheel at Wells They are at the top of the list of corporate America stalling our economy. Realtors, At your next national meeting u should petition banking outside America for loans!But of coarse wall street took care of that ever happening.DON'T GO THERE ,YOU WILL REGET THE EXPERENCE.
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 EntryNo: 2862
 Date: Sunday
01:48 AM
10.11.2013
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Safari United States of America
They wake me up on Saturday morning for a payment that is still within the 15 day grace period (I got 2 more days). And I do not owe any other payment to Wells Fargo. I refused to pay over the phone because it will cost extra money and I was in my friend's house (in bed at the time) without a check. After that, I got 2 more mean calls within few hours for this payment. I was at work by the 3rd time they called me on the same day. I told the woman with Indian accent do not call me and I am at work. She said that she will make note that I refused to communicate, etc. Actually, by then, I had gone to a Wells Fargo branch and paid the mortgage in cash.
If they are going after me like this, why bother to give a grace period? This is crazy! The first guy made it sound like I have no choice but to pay by check over the phone.
When I was in Wells Fargo bank, I looked at the big sign on the wall that talking about courtesy and remember that they had tried to get me open a bank account and a credit card with them. Needless to say, I am not going to buy their "courtesy". I don't consider being waken up in sleep and told this is Wells Fargo debt collection is courteous when it is still within the grace period they gave me. I guess they just pretend to show people that they give you courtesy but they don't really want to give you the courtesy.
They have done it once last year. This is not the first time. The first guy who called me in the morning did say if I don't pay him right at that moment, other people will call me again about this. So I guess they have a gang of vicious collectors doing this to the mortgage customers even if it is still within the grace period.

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 EntryNo: 2861
 Date: Thursday
09:06 PM
07.11.2013
Mozilla/5.0 (compatible; MSIE 10.0; Windows NT 6.2; Win64; x64; Trident/6.0) jhand
Internet Explorer United States of America
Did you know that if you close a credit card owned by WF and transfer the balance to a new WF card, you will loose your entire history on the original card. Yes, that's right. The jerks that want you to keep your history on their web sight delete valuable history, (interest paid, purchases, doctor payments etc)with a push of a button. This was not mentioned when original card had to be closed due to unauthorized charges. Oh Wait, this company in the 21st century can not email this historyinformation to me. It will be mailed by the usps in 7 to 10 business days.
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 EntryNo: 2860
 Date: Thursday
12:12 PM
07.11.2013
Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; CPU iPhone OS 7_0_2 like Mac OS X) AppleWebKit/537.51.1 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/7.0 Mobile/11A501 Safari/9537.53 Gigi
Safari United States of America
I've had my Wells Fargo account for the past 10 years and have always had good standing with them . I was frauded recently and called for the funds to be reversed . The company told me I would have to call the company who took the funds and they would have to reverse them well the company was a fake and there was no record of them anywhere . I called Wells Fargo back and they opened an ACH i was told my funds would be deposited back same day and they would handle it . 3 days later my funds still weren't deposited I called back and they stated it would take 3 business days I waited another 2 business days totaling 5 business days and still nothing after calling back and getting hung up on multipul times I finally spoke with Patrick in the fraud dept he was the rudest talking over me and being very unwilling I explained to him I've waited 5 business days and still see nothing he stated it was 10 days and there was nothing else going to be done . I will be closing my account with them after 10 years because of the horrible customer service I am constantly dealing with and the out right disrespect from Wells Fargo .
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 EntryNo: 2859
 Date: Wednesday
01:26 AM
06.11.2013
Mozilla/5.0 (compatible; MSIE 10.0; Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; Trident/6.0) Mary
Internet Explorer United States of America
I received a privacy notice from Wells Fargo and when I called to update my setting their automatic phone system was unable to verify the last 4 digits of my social security number. After a few attempts I was connected to a customer service rep who asked me for my debit card number. Apparently, even if you borrow $25k from Wells Fargo for a grad loan you have to have a debit/credit account with the company to be able to protect your privacy. If you don't have an account, Wells Fargo is able to share your information with anyone they want to. Must be nice!
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 EntryNo: 2858
 Date: Tuesday
01:30 PM
05.11.2013
Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/30.0.1599.101 Safari/537.36 OPR/17.0.1241.53 Robin
Safari United States of America
I recently wrote a check to a pharmacy chain store, which I thought I had enough to cover at the time. However, there was an outstanding check that I forgot about and when the pharmacy check hit the bank, I was overdrawn. That was my mistake, admittedly. However, rather than paying the check and charging me one fee, or returning the check and charging me one fee, Wells allowed the pharmacy to re-deposit the thirty dollar check FOUR times and charged me six overdraft fees. When I called to ask why they would allow the check to be redeposited FOUR times, they said "that is out of their control." When I asked for some of the overdrafts to be refunded, they refused. I switched to Chase, which is, by far, a better bank. I'll never go back to Wells Fargo.
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 EntryNo: 2857
 Date: Tuesday
12:01 PM
05.11.2013
Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Ubuntu; Linux i686; rv:20.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/20.0 Carma Kreitler
Firefox United States of America
Illegal ACH deducted without my authorization!

After my husband died, I was left with a large tax burden as he had filed our IRS return jointly. His income was much greater than mine and there was no way I would be able to pay the $50,000 burden.

So, I called one of the Tax Specialists as seen on TV and told them I was only seeking information and did not wish to retain them until looking at fees etc. Naively, I was dumb enough to give the attorney my name, address, and banking info so that he could fax it with the retainer agreement. If I chose to retain the law firm, I would simply have to sign the agreement and fax it back.

Ever heard of an unscrupulous attorney? He took my information and sent it to Wells Fargo who did an ACH transfer from my account for $5,000. The key point here is that I NEVER signed the retainer agreement and I NEVER faxed it back to the law firm! This unauthorized transfer cleared my account which then rolled over into my credit card line of credit with Wells Fargo. Now, instead of having all of my bills covered and paid for with my funds, my account was wiped out and all my outstanding checks were being paid, (with bounced check fees) from my overdraft line of credit. So now I'm paying 28% interest on $5,000 worth of checks that I originally had money in the bank to cover.

Long story short, I was told that this was normal procedure for an ACH and that no signature or authorization on my part was required. And then I was given the run around ad nauseum. Call the 1-800 number and talk to a Wells Fargo rep in Arizona. Not even the branch manager could or would do anything more than call the 1-800 number while I was in her office.

I think the name of this website does not go far enough in describing Wells Fargo and its policies.

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 EntryNo: 2856
 Date: Monday
01:18 AM
04.11.2013
Mozilla/5.0 (compatible; MSIE 9.0; Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; Trident/5.0) Chuck C. Al
Internet Explorer United States of America
I have never bounced a check, nor have I had a negative balance since being with Wells Fargo. I travel alot, hate to carry cash and i use my debit card sometimes 15 times a day, and have been doing it for the last 3 years, so my habits are evident.

However on 11/19/13 while in Jacksonville, Florida, my debit card was locked out at least 7 times and each time I had to call, verify my last 6 or 7 transactions and it was unlocked.

Then on Monday 11/21/13, Wells Fargo Fraud Dept, not only locked out my card, but they deactivated it!

I instantly walked into a branch, spoke with a banker and branch manager, who called them via their in-house line and was told that my acct was now under review. I got upset, and they intentional closed my checking acct and locked up all my money(every red cent) while they conduct their 48 investigation, stranding me in Jacksonville.

The Supervisors at Wells Fargo's Executive Office in California, were nasty, rude, and complete -BADWORD-s, as they spoke over me, and shouted, "I have the ability to release funds Sir, but I AM NOT GOIN TO!!!!!!

they hung up on me, their banker, and their branch manager a total of 5 times between us.

Once the hold was removed, I stop all three of my Direct Deposits,took all $42.843 out of my Wells Fargo accounts, closed my kids accounts convinced my father, mother, sisters, 4 cousins, and a host of friends, many who had $50K or more in their accounts and used other Wells Fargo services and we all moved to another bank.

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