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I am not sure if I qualify to comment here as Well Fargo is my home mortgage provider, but in any case they keep encouraging me to open a bank account with them, so here goes. I made a mortgage payment of 500 dollars one week in person by check at their Cherry Road branch. The next week I made the remaining payment for the mortgage in their Main St. Rock Hill Branch. This was $655 total 55 for a late penalty fee. Over the next few weeks I still received notices that I was two months behind & that foreclosure could happen. I called their number numerous times & when I finally got through was told that money was in an "escrow" account for "taxes." This acct. now has 1600 dollars in it. Taxes on my house, due months from now are several hundred dollars if that. Anyway, I was then informed that the money "may or may not" be able to be retrieved and applied back to my mortgage payment. I have been on the phone for two days demanding that my money be placed where I had the teller place it & I have the receipt to prove it should go toward the mortgage payment. At the main branch, managers when you deal with them, simply must go through the same hassle with voice messaging & are basically powerless to help you. I work very hard for my money as I am self-employed. I do not like the arbitrary attitude of this "bank," nor the fact that what happened to my money was told to me rather grudgingly and after much time wasted. Working for myself, this is more time and money wasted & for what? I would never open an account with WF for all the money in the world.
Long lines whether at drive thru or at the counter. No one is ever in a hurry. No such thing as multi tasking. Most employees are women on the order of 98%. You can count on PMS effecting your banking transaction.
Complaining to managers about employees does absolutely no good, at least in northern Lake County Florida. Branch manager at the Tavares 441 branch is a complete moron and totally incompetent. He needs to go. But my big complaint is with the tellers and one banker who condescendingly called me darling. And after I told her not to call me darling she called me sweatheart. This after a terrible interaction with her at the teller window where she had no business being, since she was not a teller.
Eustis office is just as bad. And the Mount Dora branch will lose your checks eventually and tell you that its your fault not theres.
Stay away and read all the bad reviews that are easily found all over the internet.
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.