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  2. Wells Fargo Mobile App Review: Manage Your Money and ... - AOL

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    According to a Wells Fargo customer service representative, the transfer limits are $2,000 per day and $4,000 per month. ... you can simply use an email address or phone number to send your person ...

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    Visit Wells Fargo's Get Help with Disaster Recovery web page for additional detail. Wells Fargo customers who have been affected by Hurricane Sandy and need assistance may call 1-800-TO-WELLS...

  4. Wells Fargo CEO to detail customer remediation to U.S ... - AOL

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    Since 2016, the bank has reviewed 165 million accounts, contacted more than 40 million customers and payed out millions in compensation.

  5. Senator Warren Urges the Fed to Break Up Wells Fargo - AOL

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    Find: Wells Fargo Customer Service — How to Get in Contact Fast. In the letter, Warren said that while under Janet Yellen’s leadership, “the Fed placed Wells Fargo under an asset cap in 2018 ...

  6. Wells Fargo - Wikipedia

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    The Consumer Banking and Lending segment includes Regional Banking, Diversified Products, and Consumer Deposits groups, as well as Wells Fargo Customer Connection (formerly Wells Fargo Phone Bank, Wachovia Direct Access, the National Business Banking Center, and Credit Card Customer Service). Wells Fargo also has around 2,000 stand-alone ...

  7. History of Wells Fargo - Wikipedia

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    1 Acquisitions in 1999–2000. 2 2000–present. 2.1 Acquisitions in 2007 and early 2008. 2.2 Management changes (2007) 2.3 Acquisition of Wachovia (2008) 2.4 Investment by U.S. Treasury during 2008 financial crisis. 2.5 Establishment of Wells Fargo Securities. 2.6 Wells Fargo account fraud scandal. 2.7 Wells Fargo History Museum.

  8. Wells Fargo (1852–1998) - Wikipedia

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    Wells Fargo (1852–1998) Acquired by Norwest Corporation and merged to create the current Wells Fargo & Company. Wells Fargo was an American banking company based in San Francisco, California that was acquired by Norwest Corporation in 1998. During the California Gold Rush in early 1848 at Sutter's Mill near Coloma, California, financiers and ...