Wells Fargo is No. 1 in America in community banking presence with more than 11,000 branches and more than 12,000 ATM locations. Founded in 1852 as both a bank and express delivery company for valuables such as gold, Wells Fargo grew its banking network throughout the country during the 20th century. It acquired Charlotte-based Wachovia at the end of 2008 and now has locations in 39 states and the District of Columbia.
Wells Fargo is a member of the FDIC, and the company is headquartered in San Francisco.
Personal banking services at Wells Fargo
- Savings and CDs.
- Credit cards.
- Online banking.
- Home mortgage.
- Home equity.
- Student loans.
- Personal loans.
- Auto loans.
- Mutual funds.
Wells Fargo tax center
Wells Fargo offers resources and advice to help members file their taxes each year. The Wells Fargo website includes helpful tips on how changes in tax legislation affect consumers and tax payment options for consumers who owe more than they can afford to pay. The bank’s tax center also provides members with free access to necessary banking tax documents such as interest and account dividend information.
Helping members save for the future
Wells Fargo helps its customers plan for the future by arranging monthly automatic transfers from a checking account to a savings account. The bank also offers a free online tool called My Savings Plan, which helps customers work toward savings goals that they can easily track online with a progress bar.
Online and mobile banking
Wells Fargo also offers free, easy-to-use online and mobile banking tools. Customers can transfer funds between accounts and other Wells Fargo members via their mobile phones or computers. The bank also provides up-to-date account information through text messages and emails.
The Wells Fargo corporate headquarters are here:
420 Montgomery St.
San Francisco, CA 94104
To reach the corporate headquarters, call (866) 878-5865. For the Wells Fargo personal banking phone directory, click here.