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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

(853 Reviews)
2 out of 5 stars
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    Reviewed By Wellsfargocrooks Sep 10, 2016

    Fraudulent banking

    Banker Daniel Bartley opened fraudulent accounts and manager Alexandra Delposo was worthless, rude, and unwilling to assist.... Stay far away from this branch and Wells Fargo in general

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    Reviewed By jeffery Sep 8, 2016

    Very Worst Bank

    Wells Fargo was the most incompetant, mismanaged bank I have ever dealt with. - When setting up an account, their computer program will only allow the names of three beneficiaries. Any additional beneficiaries have to be noted in a different file. When the CD accounts renew, the additional beneficiary names are lost. - At maturity of CDs, if any changes are desired, the CDs are closed out and new CDs are opened, requiring a lot of extra time and extra paper work. - Any customer that has a large account at Wells Fargo will receive phone calls from the Wells Fargo Investment Group on a regular basis. Telling them you are not interested or telling them to stop calling is to no avail. - Upon the death of my parents, our estate lawyer mailed Wells Fargo the death certificate(s), updated benificiary list, and the official Probate statement appointing me Personal Representative of the estate. Wells Fargo lost all of the paper work. Instead, Wells Fargo required each benificiary to provide a signed notarized letter declaring their right to inherit the funds. Goodbye Wells Fargo... FOREVER

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  • R
    Reviewed By Rickjo94 Sep 3, 2016

    Disappointed with My Mortgage Holder

    As the owner of my mortgage for almost 5 years, I have pleaded with the service and ease of banking from Wells Fargo.

    I recently decided to check the availability of a better shorter term fixed lower rate mortgage and put the word out in the Net thru inquiries. ( going from 30 fixed to 15 fixed.) My instructions were clear, all initial correspondence was to be via my email. Once I narrowed down the opportunities, I then would open up direct phone conversations.

    WF and 3 other companies honored my request and instructions. Several others called. They were eliminated immediately.

    I was clear to the 4 possibles that I was on a search and diacovery mission only at this point. All 4 gave me rough payout numbers and I was pleased. THEN

    2 companies including Wells Fargo pulled my credit numbers before I gave the approval. ( Credit Rating of 820+)

    I was very clear with my instructions all along and the 2 that jumped the gun on creating Credit Inquires managed to lower my rating by 4 points. No big deal. Well it is to me. Anyway, I have eliminated WF from my potentials.

    I would not recommend WF for a Refinance opportunity.

    Submitted respectfully.

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