Find answers to questions about your credit card account, billing statements, payments, managing your account online, and contacting us.
Why did I receive a credit card?
The credit card from Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. is associated with the account you applied for when you recently financed a purchase. Use this card as a convenient way to make future purchases at participating businesses on the credit card program.
If you didn't apply for a credit card account with Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., please contact us at
For your protection, sign the back of your credit card and keep it in a secure location. If you haven't received your card within 7 – 10 days of being approved for credit, call 1-877-805-7744, Monday – Friday, 8:00 am to 6:00 pm Central Time.
Is this a one-time loan?
No, this is a credit card account with a revolving line of credit financed through Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., and monthly payments are required as long as you have an account balance. Since your account is a revolving line of credit, you can use your available credit over and over at participating businesses.
What is the difference between this card and a general-purpose credit card?
This credit card, issued through Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., is a revolving line of credit for financing purchases at participating businesses that may offer special financing options. A general purpose credit card can be used for multiple types of purchases anywhere that card is accepted, but it generally doesn't offer special financing options. Please see your statement and materials that came with your credit card if you'd like more information.
Where can I use this card?
You can use your card again where you opened your account. For certain credit card programs, you may be able to find other businesses where you can use your card to finance additional products and services. Please see your statement and materials that came with your credit card for more details.
Are there additional benefits of this card that I should be aware of?
Yes! When you sign on to your account with Wells Fargo Online®, you'll get access2 to:
- your FICO® Credit Score and Wells Fargo credit rating
- factors that contributed to your score and personalized Wells Fargo credit tips
- your FICO® Score history and more
When do my promotional terms end?
It depends on the type of financing promotion you have, but the date your special terms end is shown on your statement. Remember, reduced rate and 0% APR promotions apply to your financed purchase until the balance is paid in full. If you financed with a No Interest if Paid in Full promotion, interest accrues on the purchase balance at the regular APR for Purchases from the date of purchase on any outstanding balance. Paying only the minimum monthly payment will not pay off the purchase balance before the end of the promotional period. But, you won't pay any interest charges as long as you pay the purchase balance in full within the promotional period.
What does Regular Terms mean, and when does it apply?
Regular terms means the Annual Percentage Rate (APR) for Purchases stated in your cardholder terms and conditions and will apply toward:
- Certain remaining balances not paid within the required promotional period
- Purchases made without special financing terms
How do I request a credit limit increase?
Please call Customer Service at 1-877-805-7744 to request a higher credit limit.
Why is my account closed?
Please call Customer Service at 1-877-805-7744.
Why did I get a call about my account?
We call cardholders to verify that their financed product or service has been received, to make sure customers are satisfied with their purchase, and to confirm that their account has been charged correctly. Please call us back at 1-800-378-6755, Monday – Friday, 8:00 am to 6:00 pm Central Time to follow up with us.
If we don't have your correct mailing address, we may also call you or leave a message. Please return our call at 1-800-378-6755, Monday – Friday, 8:00 am to 6:00 pm Central Time.
What should I do if I suspect fraudulent charges on my credit card account?
We're here to help. Please call us at 1-877-805-7744, Monday - Friday, 8:00 am to 6:00 pm Central Time, and a Customer Service representative will review your credit card account with you.
Who do I contact if my card has been lost or stolen?
As a Wells Fargo customer, we're here to help you. Call our Customer Service department at 1-877-805-7744 so we can review your credit card account with you and guide you through the next steps.
Who do I contact if I didn't apply for this credit card?
Please call Customer Service at 1-877-805-7744 if you received a credit card in the mail but you haven't applied for a credit card account.
How do I find my available credit, account balance, or credit limit?
There are a few different ways you can find this information:
- Look on your monthly statement.
- Access your account through Wells Fargo Online.
- Call us at 1-877-805-7744, Monday – Friday, 8:00 am to 6:00 pm Central Time and follow the telephone prompts.
How long will my account remain open if I have paid off the balance and have not had any transactions for an extended period of time?
Generally, your account will remain open for approximately 18 months from the date of last activity. After that, it will be closed due to inactivity.
When will I receive my first billing statement?
Within 45 days after making the first charge to your credit card account. If you'd rather receive Online Statements going forward, choose this option at Wells Fargo Online. If you're already set up for an online account, check there to see if a statement has generated. If you don't have an online account, set up one now.
If you don't receive your statement in the mail within 45 days, please call us at 1-877-805-7744, Monday - Friday, 8:00 am to 6:00 pm Central Time.
Why didn't I receive my billing statement?
You may not have received a billing statement if:
- You signed up for Online Only Statement delivery
- You made your first purchase less than 45 days ago
- Your first purchase has not posted yet
- You have a zero balance
- We don't have your correct mailing address
If you think we have an incorrect address, you may update it on Wells Fargo Online or call us at 1-877-805-7744, Monday - Friday, 8:00 am to 6:00 pm Central Time. If you don't receive your statement in the mail within 45 days of your first purchase, please call us at 1-877-805-7744. Keep in mind, you won't receive a billing statement until a charge is posted to your account.
Can I stop receiving paper statements in the mail?
Absolutely. You can choose Online Statements1 through Wells Fargo Online. We'll even send you email notifications when your statements are available.
How can I get my statements online?
It's easy. Sign on to Wells Fargo Online or sign up if you haven't already. Then, choose Online Statements1 for your account from the Manage Delivery Preferences page.
What if I have questions reading my statement?
View this guide to help you understand each part of your statement.
Why am I getting my bill from Wells Fargo?
Since your credit card account is issued through Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., your bills will come from Wells Fargo.
How can I receive my statement in Spanish or Braille?
Please call Customer Service at 1-877-805-7744 to request your statement in Spanish or Braille. Large print, audio statements, and other alternative options are also available.
What payment options are available?
You can make payments in a few ways:
- Online with your deposit account (through Wells Fargo Online as one-time or automatic payments. If you already have a Wells Fargo Online profile, you don't need to re-enroll. Your credit card account will be added automatically to your profile. If you're new to Wells Fargo Online, you can take this self-guided tour before you sign up.)
- With automatic payments
- By mail (checks or money orders)
- Over the phone with a deposit account
- Through a teller at a Wells Fargo bank
- Western Union Quick Collect
- Bank wire transfers
How do I make payments online?
If you already have a Wells Fargo Online profile with Wells Fargo, your credit card account will be automatically added to your profile. You don't need to set one up for your retail credit card account. If you don't have a Wells Fargo Online profile, you can add it once you have signed on.
Sign up for Wells Fargo Online to make one-time online payments that will post the same day they're scheduled or to set up automatic payments. Take the tour to learn more.
How do I set up automatic payments?
You can set up automatic payments through Wells Fargo Online. Or, you may call Customer Service at 1-877-805-7744 to request the enrollment form. It can take 30 - 60 days to process your automatic payment enrollment form. Continue making the minimum payment until your statement reflects that the automatic payment has been set up within the Important Information section on your statement.
How long should I allow for my payment to reach you?
We suggest allowing at least:
- Wells Fargo Online payments
- 3 - 5 business days using non-Wells Fargo bank accounts
- 1 business day for Wells Fargo Online payments paid using Wells Fargo bank accounts
- By mail: 7 - 10 business days
- By phone: Same day (for payments by Midnight, Pacific Time)
You can choose to use a bill payment service other than Wells Fargo Online to make payments with us. Please refer to that service provider for the accuracy and timeliness of your online bill payments. For the other payment methods, please refer to the service provider for details.
What happens if my payment is late?
Please make sure we receive your payment on or before the due date on your statement. Otherwise, late fees and/or interest may be applied to your account.
To avoid late fees, remember:
- You must pay at least the minimum payment due each billing cycle on or before the minimum payment due date.
- Some electronic payment services still issue paper checks mailed through the U.S. postal service.
- Make sure there are enough funds in your bank account to cover the payment amount.
- Allow enough time for payments to reach us by the due date shown on your statement.
- You can make one-time payments or schedule automatic payments through Wells Fargo Online.
Can I change my payment due date?
Yes, you may be able to change the date your minimum payment is due at Wells Fargo Online or by calling Customer Service at 1-877-805-7744. Some limitations apply.
Please note: You may change your payment due date once every 12 months, but the 3, 6, 10, 15, 19, 24, 26, 29, 30, and 31 of any month aren't available to select. It can take up to two billing cycles to process the due date change. You still need to pay your minimum payment by the due date reflected on your statement until the change is processed.
Can I pay ahead on my account?
If you want to pay more than the minimum payment, you can do that any time, but you must make at least the minimum payment every billing cycle. For example, if your minimum payment amount is $40 and you pay $80 by the due date in January, that amount won't cover both January and February minimum payments. You must still make the $40 minimum payment by the February due date.
How is my payment applied?
Your payment applies first to the minimum payment due (including past due amounts) for that billing cycle. Anything over the minimum payment due generally applies first to No Interest if Paid in Full (deferred interest) promotions in the last two billing cycles before the expiration date of the promotion (when applicable); then to regular term balances with the highest APR to the lowest APR; and then to all other sub-accounts based on expiration date. If you'd like to know how payments apply to your specific account, call us at 1-877-805-7744, Monday - Friday, 8:00 am to 6:00 pm Central Time.
Can I pay off my credit card account early without a pre-payment penalty?
Yes, you may pay your outstanding balance in full at any time without penalty.
Can I pay my bill with another credit/debit card?
No, we don't accept payments using credit or debit cards. Refer to the payment options that are available.
Can I make a payment from more than one bank account?
Yes. When you schedule payments through Wells Fargo Online, you may add additional bank accounts that are in your name. You may also call Customer Service at 1-877-805-7744.
What is Wells Fargo Online?
It's Wells Fargo's online banking system where you can securely access and manage your Wells Fargo accounts, pay your bills, view your statements, and much more. Take the tour of Wells Fargo Online.
How do I sign up for Wells Fargo Online?
If you already have a Wells Fargo Online profile, your credit card account will be automatically added to your profile. Or, you can add it once you have signed on.
Sign up for Wells Fargo Online to view and manage your personal and business accounts securely online, anywhere or anytime you have internet access. You'll need your Social Security Number/ Individual Tax Identification Number ITIN, Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. credit card account number, and email address. After answering a few questions during the sign-up process, you'll have an opportunity to create a username and password.
Once you have created a username and password, you can sign on to Wells Fargo Online from your computer, mobile device, or tablet to access your eligible Wells Fargo accounts. In some cases, we may need to contact you by phone to complete the sign-up process. Once successfully signed up, you will receive confirmation by email or U.S. Mail.
Can I use the same account that is set up for other Wells Fargo products?
Yes, if you already have a Wells Fargo Online profile, your credit card account will be added automatically.
What can I do through Wells Fargo Online?
Access and manage your Wells Fargo accounts, make online payments, and much more. With an online transfer, you can make a one-time, same-day payment, or schedule a future payment to your credit card account. Payments made before Midnight, Pacific Time, are credited to your account on the same day.
Or, set up automatic payments. Your payment is automatically deducted from your deposit account. Choose to pay the minimum payment amount, your balance in full, or a specified dollar amount. Payments will be made automatically on your payment due date, starting after you receive notification of your automatic payments on your statement.
You may also access your FICO® Credit Score, Wells Fargo credit rating, and more2.
Take the tour to see all of the features and tools available.
How can I manage my automatic payments?
With automatic payments, your payment is automatically deducted from your deposit account. Choose to pay the minimum payment amount, your balance in full, or a specified dollar amount.
Set up automatic payments through Wells Fargo Online. Or, you may call Customer Service at 1-877-805-7744 to request the enrollment form. It can take 30 - 60 days to process your automatic payment enrollment form. Continue making the minimum payment until your statement reflects that the automatic payment has been set up within the Important Information section on your statement.
You may cancel your automatic payments through Wells Fargo Online or by calling Customer Service at 1-877-805-7744. To modify your automatic payments, please call Customer Service at 1-877-805-7744. It can take 30 - 60 days to process your new automatic payment enrollment form. Your current automatic payment will stay in effect until your statement reflects that the new automatic payment has been set up within the Important Information section on your statement.
When will my automatic payment be debited from my bank account?
Your automatic payment will be reflected on your account on your due date.
What if I forgot my username or password?
We can remind you of your username, and you can create a new password online.
If you're still having trouble signing on, please call Customer Service at 1-877-805-7744
How can I check my payment due date, balance, available credit, and other important account information?
Sign on to Wells Fargo Online to see your account details. Or, open your most recent account statement. You can find all of your important information there, too. If you're not sure where to look for specific information, this guide can help you understand each part of your statement.
How do I update my personal information?
Sign on to Wells Fargo Online to update your email address, phone numbers, or address.
Who should I contact if I have additional questions about my account?
There's a lot of information about your account on our site. But, if you have account questions you can't find answers to, please call our Customer Service department at 1-877-805-7744 so we can help you.
Who should I contact if I need technical assistance?
If you need help with your online account, you can call Online Customer Service at 1-800-869-3557, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
$500 minimum daily balance. $500 or more in total qualifying direct deposits.
Wells Fargo Advisors requires online clients to select three security questions and provide answers. If we ever need to confirm your identity, your correct answers to security questions will help us verify it's you.
If Wells Fargo closed your credit card account, the most likely reason is that you are very delinquent on payments. When credit card debt becomes 180 days delinquent, meaning you're at least 6 months behind on payments, credit card companies will typically close the account.
As the first U.S. bank to offer online banking, we provide products through our online and digital channels to meet the financial needs of every one of our customers, including consumers, small businesses, middle-market companies, and large corporations.
Once you open your Wells Fargo checking account and get a debit card, the maximum daily withdrawal limit is $1500 and the daily ATM withdrawal limit is $300. If that doesn't sound like enough, you can request an increase in this amount by contacting customer service at Wells Fargo by phone or in person.
Another red flag that you have too much cash in your savings account is if you exceed the $250,000 limit set by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) — obviously not a concern for the average saver.
To regain access, you'll need to create a new password. For additional protection, we also recommend that you change your username after signing on. If you do not have the required information to create a new password through Wells Fargo Online, you will need to contact Online Customer Service at 1-800-956-4442.
Generally, for simpler situations or misunderstandings the freeze can last for 7-10 days. For more complicated situations, the bank may request detailed information and take 30 days or more to review and decide whether to unfreeze or close the account entirely.
That means that anyone with your SSN can easily open a bank account in your name, especially if the identity thief already obtained a driver's license in your name.
The bank may keep the money to help cover your negative balance, since you still owe that money. Stop your direct deposit to your bank from your employer. The bank can hold any money that you currently owe in overdraft fees and charges, but you may need that money to pay your rent and other bills.
According to banking regulations, reasonable periods of time include an extension of up to five business days for most checks. Under certain circumstances, the bank may be able to impose a longer hold if it can establish that the longer hold is reasonable.
Final thoughts. Most banks, when closing your account, would like to see the account being at zero before they proceed with the closure. If you have funds in your account, you can either withdraw them, transfer them, or the bank will deduct certain charges from them in order to cover its costs.
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Note: We will not charge an overdraft fee on items that are $5 or less, and we won't charge overdraft fees if both your ending daily account balance and available balance are overdrawn by $5 or less after we have processed all of your transactions.
Wells Fargo imposes daily and monthly limits on the total dollar amount of check deposits you can make via mobile deposit. The Wells Fargo mobile deposit limit is $2,500 per day, and $5,000 over a 30-day period.
Most banks allow you to withdraw anything from INR 20,000 to INR 50,000 per day from an ATM. Also, each transaction may be limited to a maximum of INR 10,000.
Wells Fargo Bank is introducing new technology that will allow smartphone-toting customers to withdraw money at all of its 13,000 ATMs without inserting their debit card.
Thus, as cash deposits and withdrawals of Rs 10 lakh or more in a bank account in a financial year are required to be reported to the tax authorities, you need to be careful if you are exceeding the prescribed threshold. This limit is Rs 50 lakh and more in case of current accounts.
The Law Behind Bank Deposits Over $10,000
The Bank Secrecy Act is officially called the Currency and Foreign Transactions Reporting Act, started in 1970. It states that banks must report any deposits (and withdrawals, for that matter) that they receive over $10,000 to the Internal Revenue Service.
Failure to reveal the source of the money kept in the house can lead to a fine of up to 137 percent. Transactions exceeding Rs 20 lakh in cash in a financial year can attract a penalty. According to the CBDT, it is necessary to provide PAN number for depositing or withdrawing cash more than Rs 50,000 at a time.
Wells Fargo will freeze your accounts if you file for bankruptcy, even if you do not owe it money.
If your dormant account has become inactive then you can activate it by depositing or withdrawing money. For this, you will have to visit the home branch of your bank. Here, you have to put a request to reactivate the account in writing. Do carry the necessary documents for KYC with you.
Advanced Access is another way we verify your identity. By asking you to receive a code on your phone, we help prevent anyone other than you from accessing your sensitive information.
- Small unexplained payments.
- Unexpected notifications from your bank.
- A call claiming to be your bank demands information.
- Large transactions empty your bank account.
- You learn your account has been closed.
If your bank account is under investigation, the bank will typically notify you. You might receive an informal notification via email, but generally, you'll also get a formal notification by mail. This is especially true if it necessitates the bank freezing your account.
Yes. A bank must send you an adverse action notice (sometimes referred to as a credit denial notice) if it takes an action that negatively affects a loan that you already have. For example, the bank must send you an adverse action notice if it reduces your credit card limit.
As long as a hacker or scammer has access to other personal information such as your name and address, they can use the last four digits of your SSN (in most cases) to open accounts in your name, steal your money and government benefits, or even get healthcare and tax refunds in your name.
How might someone steal your number? Identity thieves get your personal information by: Stealing wallets, purses, and your mail (bank and credit card statements, pre-approved credit offers, new checks, and tax information).
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Generally, banks may close accounts, for any reason and without notice. Some reasons could include inactivity or low usage. Review your deposit account agreement for policies specific to your bank and your account.
The bank initiates a payment fraud investigation, gathering information about the transaction from the cardholder. They review pertinent details, such as whether the charge was a card-present or card-not-present transaction. The bank also examines whether the charge fits the cardholder's usual purchasing habits.
What Happens When a Bank Closes Your Account? Your bank may notify you that it has closed your account, but it normally isn't required to do so. The bank is required, however, to return your money, minus any unpaid fees or charges. The returned money likely will come in the form of a check.
Most checks take two business days to clear. Checks may take longer to clear based on the amount of the check, your relationship with the bank, or if it's not a regular deposit. A receipt from the teller or ATM tells you when the funds become available.
A portion of the check deposit may be made available within two business days, while the rest of the funds will be available no later than the seventh business day after the day of your deposit.
If you deposit more than $10,000 cash in your bank account, your bank has to report the deposit to the government. The guidelines for large cash transactions for banks and financial institutions are set by the Bank Secrecy Act, also known as the Currency and Foreign Transactions Reporting Act.
How to Make a Large Withdrawal When Your Bank Is Closed. If you need to withdraw more money from an ATM than your maximum daily limit, you can call the bank and ask for a temporary increase in your daily allowance. Typically, you would call the number on the back for your debit card to make this request.
Bank officers can be personally fined or sent to jail if they don't report suspicious activity or stop it when they can. To protect themselves, banks will cut off accounts that could possibly be involved in crime, even if there is no proof. Banks have a lot of leeway to freeze or close accounts on a case-by-case basis.
If you send money to a closed bank account, the money should bounce back to your bank. Customers who make this mistake should have an error message where the numbers don't match the bank account. When making a deposit to someone else's bank account, always check these details to ensure the numbers are valid.
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Wells Fargo has a significantly lower daily minimum balance requirement than Bank of America. It also makes it easy to waive monthly services fees if you're a college student or minor.
Customers who like online and mobile banking and prefer to have access to ATMs over branches should consider choosing Chase. A couple of benefits in which Chase wins over Wells Fargo are: 16,000 ATMs versus Wells Fargo's 12,000. Additional digital wallet offerings: Fitbit Pay, Garmin Pay and Click to Pay.
You can commonly expect banks to charge a maximum of 4 to 6 overdraft fees per day per account, though a few outliers do allow as many as 12 in one day.
Once you open your Wells Fargo checking account and get a debit card, the maximum daily withdrawal limit is $1500 and the daily ATM withdrawal limit is $300. If that doesn't sound like enough, you can request an increase in this amount by contacting customer service at Wells Fargo by phone or in person.
You can sign up for overdraft protection at any time. However, most banks won't let you overdraft immediately. Many banks will subject you to a waiting period of 7 to 30 days before you can access overdrafts to reduce fraud risk, especially on new accounts.
A minimum balance requirement is the minimum amount of money that you have to keep in your bank account, usually in order to waive the account's monthly fee. For example, if a bank account has a $100 minimum balance requirement, you want to make sure that you don't let your balance fall to $99.99 or less.
The minimum balance is usually calculated as the actual dollar balance in the account but may be an average balance in the account over a certain period of time. This is beneficial for individuals that don't have a steady source of income. There can also be more than one minimum balance for the same account.
Many banks and credit unions require that you keep a minimum amount of money in a checking or savings account. This is generally known as a minimum balance requirement. In some cases, maintaining a minimum balance may let you reduce or eliminate fees or earn a higher APY.
Typical minimum account balance requirements for traditional savings accounts range from $300 to $500, although amounts vary and some banks have no minimum requirements. The minimum balance amount may be a minimum daily balance or a minimum monthly average.
The general rule of thumb is to try to have one or two months' of living expenses in it at all times. Some experts recommend adding 30 percent to this number as an extra cushion.
How much money can you put in a checking account? Generally, there's no checking account maximum amount you can have. There is, however, a limit on how much of your checking account balance is covered by the FDIC (typically $250,000 per depositor, per account ownership type, per financial institution).
You can be penalized for not keeping the minimum balance. There is no limit on the penal charges that a bank will charge for the non-maintenance of the minimum balance. The charges have to be approved by the bank's board. Charges will vary from bank to bank and from branch to branch as well.
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Zero-balance accounts have a limit on the number of transactions you can make per month. Usually, banks allow only four monthly withdrawals. If you do make more than the permitted number of withdrawals, the bank will convert your zero-balance account into a regular Savings Account.
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Wells Fargo is an excellent bank for those looking for both local branch access and digital banking services. The bank's interest rates on most of its accounts leave a lot to be desired compared to the best online banks, but they are comparable to other national banks.
Wells Fargo checking monthly maintenance fees are $10 for Everyday Checking, $5 for Clear Access Banking, $15 for Preferred Checking and $30 for Portfolio Checking. Additionally, these checking accounts may also charge out-of-network ATM fees and overdraft fees.
Everyday Checking fees and details
You can avoid the $10 monthly service fee with one of the following each fee period: $500 minimum daily balance. $500 or more in total qualifying direct deposits.