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 EntryNo: 3875
 Date: Friday
10:46 PM
13.12.2019
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I've been a wells fargo customer for well over 20 years now.
No longer appreciating how they do business.
Too many things to mention. But I will say that since they got rid of the classic bill pay, it's been a nightmare.
Seeking another bank for our business as well as personal!!!

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 EntryNo: 3874
 Date: Friday
03:52 AM
13.12.2019
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Applied for a Wells Fargo Practice Acquisition Loan. Met with representative who then provided a list of information they would need. Provided the information. Then began a series of additional requests. They were met. More requests, increasingly unrelated to the practice being purchased or the financial status of the purchaser. After 2 months of meeting this unending series of new requests, we received a letter stating that the loan had been approved. We asked to schedule closing. Then began a new series of requests for more information. There has been no end to this totally disorganized, time consuming, endless application. And this is the outfit that will be dispersing the funds and trying to manage payments. They are disorganized, time wasters that will gladly bait you, even with approval letters, but not conduct business in a professional manner. Went to a regional bank where we have our business account and had an approval in one day. Do not be deceived by the perception that a large bank would surely have a competent and organized practice acquisition loan program. Do not waste your time.
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 EntryNo: 3873
 Date: Sunday
02:37 PM
01.12.2019
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They should be the subject of further investigation for misleading practices. 12yr old had $70 in savings from years of collecting coins. They were very quick to suggest opening a savings account for him (responsible learning behaviour right). What they didn't say was that even though there were attached parents accounts they would continue to deduct service charges from the kids account at the rate of $5 a month until they wiped out his entire savings. The only reason we knew was because when his savings account went into overdraft, they then hit an adjacent account for charges - not good enough to protect against charges, but definitely good enough to debit against when the kids account went overdrawn. unconscionable if not completely unethical behaviour. 20+yrs of loyalty for nothing. Worst thing that was ever allowed to happen was the take over of Wachovia - We didn't even chose Wells Fargo.
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 EntryNo: 3872
 Date: Saturday
12:40 AM
30.11.2019
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What kind of -BADWORD- comes up with a policy saying they won't exchange two twenty dollar bills (US legal tender) for 30 ones and a roll of quarters? Wells -BADWORD- Fargo, that's who. What a bunch of -BADWORD-tards. And I was being polite to them until the little pansy -BADWORD- panty waste mama's boy decided to be an -BADWORD-. Yep, -BADWORD- wells fargo.
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 EntryNo: 3871
 Date: Friday
06:57 PM
29.11.2019
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After waiting 22 minutes for an unhelpful and rude guy I couldn’t understand, my card was blocked because of “suspicious activity” which is apparently what they call getting 20$ out at the bank. The incompetency and inefficiency from these -BADWORD-s is shameful.
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 EntryNo: 3870
 Date: Monday
07:31 PM
25.11.2019
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holding a check for 10 days should be against the law Wells F K You Sucks Wells F K You sucks Wells F K You Sucks you Sucks Wells F K You. Sucks
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 EntryNo: 3869
 Date: Tuesday
02:54 AM
19.11.2019
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After getting a pre approved loan for a house out of state and sending numerous texts and paper work, 30 days latter Wells Fargo assured us their was no problem. Packed up the house and pets and moved 1,600 miles to the city the home is located in. While in the hotel we called Wells Fargo only to be told loan is denied because my husband was not moving in with me until he retired next year. Really!!!. Also they would not even look at a VA loan even though we are both retired military. When we called the supervisor, the basic answer was it sucks to be you. Never ever ever ever do business with this heartless cold blooded bank. They care nothing for their clients. We have been we them for a while and have even paid off a previous hame loan with them. I don’t understand how a bank can be so uncaring.
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 EntryNo: 3868
 Date: Thursday
08:22 PM
07.11.2019
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Used to work there.... uggh. Remembering the “8 is Great” campaign. Everyone was pushed to get customers on board with 8 accounts, whether they needed them or not. It sparked this huge scandal and many subscandals. I asked what was the research or analysis that said everyone needed 8 accounts??? No one seemed to know! Found out later, there was no research, but 8 rhymed with great. So why not?? Pure genius!
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 EntryNo: 3867
 Date: Thursday
03:32 PM
07.11.2019
Mozilla/5.0 (Linux; Android 9; SAMSUNG SM-N950U) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) SamsungBrowser/10.1 Chrome/71.0.3578.99 Mobile Safari/537.36 Escrowed by Wells Fargo for No Reason
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I changed Insurance companies, which I often do to get better rates. I always pay my own taxes and insurance. Wells Fargo escrowed me for no reason and would not rescind the escrow. The matter went to the office of the President, which was a -BADWORD-in joke. The rep with the office of the President could not do anything and would not even tackle the central issue of the escrow. We are leaving Wells Fargo. This bank should be nationalized and shut down immediately. We had an 18 year relationship with Wells -BADWORD-go. No more. We have already been preapproved for refinance.
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 EntryNo: 3866
 Date: Thursday
01:45 AM
07.11.2019
Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/78.0.3904.87 Safari/537.36 Robbed by Wells Fargo
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Wrote out a check to a remodeling contractor, who took it to the local Wells Fargo branch to cash. Needed to transfer money into the account but I had overdraft protection. The teller cashed the check, then declined the transaction, then transferred the money from savings to checking, then cashed the check again - this time for $500 less than the check was written for. The contractor did not catch the error. All of these transactions appeared in my online account and I filed a complaint, which initiated the inevitable "investigation". 24 hours after the complaint was filed all information regarding the declined transaction and re-cashing of the check disappeared and my account read that the check was cashed for the full amount. I have provided a copy of the contractor's bank receipt, which clearly shows the check was cashed for $500 less than it was written for. The current status is that the complaint has been escalated to an "executive complaint" (whatever that means) but the fact remains that the bank has now stolen $500 of my money and someone actively deleted records to cover up the trail. Suggestions for who to file complaints with (and yes, I plan on suing them if their "executive complaint" does not turn up the truth and the contractor has volunteered to testify if necessary) would be greatly appreciated. Needless to say, my >25 year association with Wells Fargo is over as of tomorrow.
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