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 EntryNo: 2411
 Date: Sunday
12:50 PM
11.11.2012
Mozilla/5.0 (iPad; CPU OS 6_0_1 like Mac OS X) AppleWebKit/536.26 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/6.0 Mobile/10A523 Safari/8536.25 Mark
Safari United States of America
I have more than enough money in my accounts to qualify for free ATM withdrawals at any other bank but Wells Fargo. I will migrate as soon as I find time to set an account with another bank and set up payment structure with them.
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 EntryNo: 2410
 Date: Sunday
10:13 AM
11.11.2012
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Safari United States of America
As a real-estate agent Ive had to deal with wells Fargo numerous times and I've never seen a mortgage company like them
The nonsense they put people through is unbelievable
Other agent and myself try to steer all our clients away from them we cannot legally tell not to use them
We recommend others

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 EntryNo: 2409
 Date: Friday
06:38 PM
09.11.2012
Mozilla/5.0 (compatible; MSIE 9.0; Windows NT 6.0; Trident/5.0; QwestIE8) Minnesota ICE
Internet Explorer United States of America
Let's declare war on WF. I mean stand outside the banks, make deals with other local banks make 50 dollars per customer you refer, write the local paper, get a sign up sheet for WF abuse victims.
The going through channels does not work as they have the channels minipulated so it really makes not difference.
I you are on board email me.

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 EntryNo: 2408
 Date: Friday
04:20 PM
09.11.2012
Mozilla/5.0 (iPad; U; CPU OS 4_3_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8G4 Safari/6533.18.5 Kate Johnson
Safari United States of America
Hello everyone.

Like many of you, I have a laundry list of things I would like to get off my chest, but I'll try to keep it short and simple.

I've been with Wells Fargo since 2010. I lived in a small town at the time that didn't have many banking options and I wanted to start a small business I was forced to close in 2011 after the recession was costing me more to stay open then I was getting clients.

I also opened a line of credit through their company to buy supplies for my business while I started out.

At the time the house I was staying at had mailboxes that were in a grouping for several homes on that street and people had gotten neighbors mail before so I wanted to avoid my finances being aired out to the public so I asked the banker to not send any mailings to my home address and only to the p.o. box. A month went by and sure enough I got a statement from them to my box. I also recieved offers for other services through them I quickly chewed the bank manager out about letting mail go to my address.Things were better after that for a while...

One major complaint I have about the way they "supposedly" make you avoid paying a service fee is a monthly transfer from your checking to your savings which I can see the advantage for a booming business, but not when you need money to pay expenses when you're first
starting out.

Later I opened a personal account and had since changed physical addresses but stressed to a different branch banker about my previous problem at the last branch with sending my mail to my house which had the old fashioned run of the mill black box with the red flag and all on a street where regular foot traffic traveled including shady teens passing through. I also was having an altercation with the neighbor at the time so it was very important they did not send mail there so my neighbor could be nosy about my identity or info. Then my husband got the mail after work and brought it to my attention not long after a week had past they did it AGAIN! Oh it's no skin off Wells Fargo's nose if someone steals your mail or tampers with it , but the point of having online statments is to AVOID this situation!

I of course called the next day and threatened that if they pull this -BADWORD- one more time on any of this type of tomfoolery I'm closing my account and taking my business to my husband's bank which doesn't play games with people's info or their accounts!

Sadly I will be stuck for a while till I pay off the credit card with their company, but no complaints on the credit card so far. After that, there will be no more Wells Fargo in this family!

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 EntryNo: 2407
 Date: Friday
03:55 PM
09.11.2012
Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 5.1; rv:16.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/16.0 Eric R (Storm Ravaged in Absecon NJ)
Firefox United States of America
My account was overdrawn during the recent storm. My family is very supportive, so they were able to put a check for 1,200.00 into my account to help us get into a hotel and to pick up replacement medication.

Wells Fargo put a hold on the check from 11/02/2012 to 11/14/2012. This is a local check, drawn on a local bank.

We took a copy of the cancelled check to the branch ... the wouldn't release the hold. The branch manager of the bank it was drawn on offered to call to confirm that it cleared, but they made it very clear that they were unable to make any exceptions.

I am simply counting the days till 11/14/2012 when I can close my account.

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 EntryNo: 2406
 Date: Wednesday
04:38 PM
07.11.2012
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Firefox United States of America
Hey y'all! So happy you guys have this website. I'm so through with Wells Fargo! The worst day of my life was the day I signed on with them.

My most recent experience is right now. I admitted that I forgot to add a charge to my checkbook and money accidentally got spent on other bills. So of course I overdrafted on my account and I was supposed to have "overdraft protection". So basically they placed a charge on every fee that went through late.

So I asked for my account to be frozen until I came up with the money to pay it off and of course they didn't. The guy assured me that they won't be anymore activity on there. Well, taking advice from a friend, I explained the situation to a supervisor and she waived half of the fees. Well today, I get another insufficient funds email and come to find out, they charged me two more overdraft charges for two purchases that were already processed.

So now I know they're only trying to get money out of me. Before all this happened, I had a savings account with them, then they took it away from me because I used it to save money for my rent so I wouldn't accidentally spend it and because I had to transfer it from the savings to the checking, they turned it into a checking account because I was allowed only six transfers. But it's my savings account. Why can't I do whatever I want with it?

And the Checking Account fees that they just pull out of your account without telling you. Need I say more?

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 EntryNo: 2405
 Date: Tuesday
03:41 PM
06.11.2012
Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 5.1; rv:16.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/16.0 Martina Holmes
Firefox United States of America
WELLS FARGO sucks. They put a charge on my account that was never supposed to be there. Wells Fargo put a $12.50 overdraft protection charge on my account. What is the point of having overdraft protection from my savings to my checking if theyre still going to charge me! When I called and spoke to representatives they both told me they could not reverse the fee because its supposed to be on there smh! Which is a lie!! I have used my overdraft plenty of times and I was never charged that fee. Ironically they were not able too look back that far at my account! I absolutely hate them! And if if there was another bank that had locations in both VA and MN i would switch immediately. I am a former Wachovia account holder so i kind of got suckered into banking with Wells Fargo!!! Its a waste of time, if you dont have them now DO NOT MAKE THE SWITCH!!! THEY SUCK!!!!

Sincerely,
Former Wachovia account holder now sucky Wells Fargo account owner!

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 EntryNo: 2404
 Date: Tuesday
09:41 AM
06.11.2012
Mozilla/5.0 (compatible; MSIE 9.0; Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; Trident/5.0) Renea
Internet Explorer United States of America
I have had it! I have never had a worse experience with a bank than I have with WF. Holding deposits for 10 days for a check from another financial bank, not willing to check with the issuing financial institution that the check is good, giving me an excuse that its computer generated, no exceptions, nothing they can do, its their policy... blah blah blah. In the meantime they are using my money and my checks are bouncing and then they are charging me $35.00 for every check. I wouldn't have paid my bills if the WF rep wouldn't have told me the funds would be available the next business day. They have me coming and going, I am so angry! As soon as this disaster is over I am closing my account.
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 EntryNo: 2403
 Date: Monday
06:48 PM
05.11.2012
Mozilla/5.0 (compatible; MSIE 9.0; Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; Trident/5.0; yie9) Rick
Internet Explorer United States of America
I have a home mortgage loan with wells fargo and until recently I have never had a issue with them in the 6 years I have had them. I recently change homeowners insurance and they paid my old insurance and new insurance. They then told me to pay into my escrow to cover the second payment to my new insurance and I would get the payment to my old insurance back. It have been over a month and 6 calls to W/F later and I am not any closer to getting my money back. I called and they told me they paid the old insurance, I called my old insurance and they said they never received a check. I called back W/F and a rep told me she talked to my old insurance and they found the check and would be sending me my money in a couple days. A week later and still no check, I call back W/F and a new rep says she will send them a copy of the check in 3-5 days. A week later the old insurance calls me and says that the check they sent was the check to the new insurance company. I was really pissed and called W/F, the new rep said that they sent the correct check. I told them this was impossible since my old insurance told me who the check was made out to and how much it was, well she checked the system again and came back and told me they did indeed send the wrong check, really, no shit. She then told me it would take another 3-5 days and I asked her to fax me a copy. Seven days later still no copy, so I call agian, call number 6, talk to a different rep, went off on her, she said the check wasnt send and it would be 5-8 days to send it again. I was pissed, asked to talk to a supervisor, was on hold over and hour and still did not get to talk to one. She told me that they would call me. Still have not talked to supervisor, still have not gotten any closer to getting my money either. I am gonna refinance as soon as I can get my money and get away from wells fargo, I dont care if I have to pay a higher interest rate.
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 EntryNo: 2402
 Date: Monday
03:42 PM
05.11.2012
Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; Trident/4.0; SLCC2; .NET CLR 2.0.50727; .NET CLR 3.5.30729; .NET CLR 3.0.30729; InfoPath.3; .NET4.0C; .NET4.0E) Alyssa
Internet Explorer United States of America
I have 2 cards with wells Fargo. I forgot to put money in my other acct for a automatic withdrawal. So because of that I had 4 insufficient fund fees which is $140!! I called the bank and they said they cant help reimburse any of it. I told them I had the money on my other acct with them and they said they can pull from that acct. But then I noticed money missing in the acct that had money the next day. Wells Fargo withdrewl for the charges that they put on my other acct! I thought they said they cant pull any money out. So it looks like they only pull money out of 1 acct if its helps get them money. But they were not able to do it so i could avoid having a negative balance and 140 dollars in fees! i think thats complete BS.
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