So this past weekend I go to make a deposit and I see my account is overdrawn I ask why and they give me a list of companies that have taken my money. I go in this Monday to find out what is going on and it s a company that is taking out money not once or twice but 7 times. I look more into it and its not even under my name is it under some other guys name! I ask the manger why the bank allows UN authorized transactions and she says its not the bank job. SO IM LIKE WTF! not your job? ITS YOUR JOB TO PROTECT MY MONEY! ESPECIALLY AGAINST FRAUD. She goes on to tell me that I can file a claim but It will probably get denied. SO NOW IM LEFT OWNING THE OVERDRAFT AND SOMEONE HAS STOLE MY MONEY!!! and they cant do anything about it?.. F**K that!! I need help on what I can do this is not fair. They suck and they are shit they don't provide best customer service and they don't care about anything then their money!!!
I have to say that my husband and I could not be MORE PLEASED with the handling of our retirement funds! We put my 401K and my husband's limited savings--both of which had lost money during the recession and were not gaining much back, in the hands of the Wells Fargo representative Mr Joseph Kirby here in Jacksonville. He has grown our money unbelievably well, and has FAR EXCEEDED our hopes. We never thought to say it, but "Here we come, travels and cruises!" The Lyles
I have had the misfortune to have to deal with Wells Fargo in New York City. Upon the passing of my parents, who held considerable assets in a local branch of the bank in New England, I became executor of their estates, and I needed to conduct business locally in Manhattan. Unlike their local banker in New England, who exhibited intelligence, competence, and compassion, Manhattan Wells Fargo bankers have been uniformly rude, uncaring, disrespectful of my time, and ill-informed about a wide range of financial matters. It is little wonder that I reduced those Wells Fargo accounts to next to nothing. There are many commercial banks in New York City. Choosing Wells Fargo means you adopt their icon, a stagecoach and horses. That symbol worked well in the late 19th century. Unfortunately, the bank's service is still mired in the past. Go elsewhere.