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Wells Fargo Bank has 6,224 branches nationally across the country. This traditional brick and mortar bank is a national bank that serves the entire country, and has ATM locations, but we are not currently tracking them.

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Wells Fargo Bank was established December 1869. That's more than 100 years ago! It holds assets of 1.7 trillion US dollars. That makes it a very large bank. The biggest of the national banks. A point to consider when choosing a bank is it's health. This bank appears to be healthy. It has a texas ratio of 11%. Lower is better!

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Wells Fargo Branches Customer Reviews

(860 Reviews)
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    Reviewed By sev13 Oct 18, 2016

    worst customer service

    I went to make a deposit, it was around 5:45, I stood in the line to see a teller since I had more than the usual to deposit, then a banker came towards me and ask me why I'm not using the ATM and said " you want to see the teller" (I noticed that the tellers were females). I didn't know there are new ATM's inside the banks. the comment is very offensive, and doesn't show any professionalism. the banker is sitting left side to the entrance. It was my first visit to this branch.
    Hopefully in the future Wells Fargo can educate their bankers to be more polite and classy as they look.

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    Reviewed By Sweetharley Oct 16, 2016

    Refused to modify our home loan

    We got our home in 2005 with Wells Fargo on a 15 year term at 7.5% interest. By 2007 we had to refinance and add an extra 5 years. We ended up falling into a predatory loan with our interest rates tripling (18.9%) and house payments more that doubling (1850.00) a month. We paid our payments online. We also had to sign for our children to have accounts for direct deposit from their jobs because they where under 18 at the time. In 2008 I had closed our accounts and transferred to another bank. Reason being, our kids accounts where hit with withdrawals for a debt my husband owed. When I inquired as to why the money wasn't taken out of our accounts, I was told because my husbands name was on the accounts. These where our kids accounts and they did not owe the debt. I had also noticed charges and services I did not authorize coming out of our accounts as well as the kids. When I closed our account I had one check out and made sure money was in the account to clear the check, which I assumed it did, until I received a collection letter saying I owed money for girl scout cookies. The check was deposited on the 24th and 25th of November 2008, Thanksgiving weekend and 9 months after out account was closed. After closing our account WF gave us so much trouble and harassed us so much each month for our house payment that they would call us up to 20-25 times a day on mine and my husbands cell phones. I have records. By 2013 we lost a lot of our income and started applying for a mortgage modification to lower the interest and monthly payment to fit into our income. We wanted to save our home. By May 2015 we had been denied 4 times and our home was sold to Coldwater Bank right out from under us in the middle of modification. Their reason was: Our lost of half of our income did not warrant us enough for a modification and that we need not apply anymore as it will not be granted. We pulled out every ounce of sayings and 401k to save our home but all they did was throw us into default by saying we made no payments and applied our money to interest. We have no idea of where any money went that we paid on our home for over 10 years.They said we owed 180,000 in 2015, but we bought it for 115,00 in 2005, and sold it (2015) to Coldwater Bank for 101,000 and now it was sold for 88,000 (2016). Needless to say we lost our home for good. And to add salt to the wound, we owed IRS mega for money we took out of our 401k to send to WF towards our loan, of which they said we needed to do to save of home. Not only did we loose our home but WF went out of their way to destroy our credit. This bank is has been stealing from people as far back as 2005 that I myself have experienced personally. I could go into more, but anyone with a right mind, stay away from this bank and bycot it. Maybe someday the people will get justice!

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    Reviewed By nazirabid Oct 15, 2016

    Corrupt wells Fargo.

    I was one of the targeted customer in 2015,when they forced us loan through the builder of our house in Elk Grove ,Ca and charged huge amount of loan fees and other hidden charges,i tried to
    reach wells Fargo management but they ignored me again and again,and used their illegal practice
    techniques to rip me off...I am glade finally they were caught and are under the eyes of world,they can see....i will be more happy if this bank go bankcrupt and go out of business,so that they wont target other people,it is common in America rich people can easily cheat the system.......I will suggest people bycott this bank and help to eliminate corruption... God Bless America

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