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Just spent close to an hour on the phone with WF about an ATM deposit that they decided to suspend. Mind you, the check was from Well Fargo Retirement Services and made out to me with the same address that the bank has on file for my home address. I only happened to notice that the check was suspended because I was online getting ready to pay bills.
When I called to find out what was going on, I was told that the name on the check did not exactly match the name on my account.
Seriously? Why have I never had a problem with my paychecks that are direct deposited? Why have I never had a problem with my IRS refund checks? I have been a customer for 10 years and never had a problem with this.
You would think that a check from Wells Fargo Retirement going into a Wells Fargo Checking Account would be a gimmee. Unbelievable!
I ended up speaking to 3 different people (the first was very patient and understanding) and still didn't get a solution. The "supervisor", Chris, started out friendly, but when I asked him to quit hiding behind policies and procedures and to use Common Sense, he got very short with me. He got me to a real "GEM" of a manager, "Jay", who acted like I had interrupted his smoke break. I never used one curse word and was simply asking them to tell me the truth, but that caused them to get pretty defensive.
I understand that accidents happen, but only the first person that I spoke to had the sense enough to apologize. When I hung up on Jay, my problem was not handled. I was told that they would be sending the check back to me or I could call Retirement Services to see if there was anything that they could do. Not one person took ownership of the situation. Not one person offered to oversee the problem and see it through to the end. I was actually told that this was NOT a bank error.
Only after I got off the phone with these people that I got a call from Joanna in ATM Adjustment Services. She took care of the issue and she apologized profu
I am a 74 year old senior citizen, and needed one document notarized at Wells Fargo 3434 Tidwell in Houston, Texas. I arrived there at approximately 1:15 pm, signed in and was told to have a seat. I am partially unable to see in one of my eyes, and have other medical conditions. They had me waiting from 1:15 pm to approximately 2:20pm. Many customers came in and signed in after I did, but they disregarded me and called them. I went and complained on the length of time I was waiting. It was at that time, they called me in and signed the document that needed notarized. It only took three minutes to sign my document, but they had me waiting over an hour. This particular Wells Fargo has had bad customer service for a long time. I believe they really don't care about the community/customers at all. This is only a reflection on management at this particular branch. When it come to customer service this particular branch can not compete with Chase or Bank of America. I advise all customers to stay away from this Wells Fargo, especially the elderly and handicapped. The staff at this Wells Fargo will ignore the elderly and handicapped.
Tried to get a payroll check cashed at the drive up teller. My husband and I bank somewhere else but the check was cut from the employer's Wells Fargo account, any other bank would cash it right? Not this one, they want you to come inside and inconvenience yourself while you are in a hurry and talk to a banker about setting up an account. If I have told you that I simply want to cash the check and that I am already happy with where I have been banking for ten years- leave me alone and cash the check. Perhaps it is policies like this that inconvenience the customers that are keeping people from banking with you in the first place. If you are so hard up for accounts that you have to force feed your pitch you may want to re evaluate.