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⚠️ Caller: 18009888019 claims to be Wells Fargo. The caller’s location is (San Francisco, CA, United States)
Wells Fargo is one of the largest banks in the United States. It was founded in 1852 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California.
The bank offers a wide range of financial products and services to individuals, businesses, and institutions, including checking and savings accounts, credit cards, loans, mortgages, and investment products. It also provides online and mobile banking services, as well as a network of ATMs and branches across the country.
Wells Fargo is a public company and its shares are traded on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE).
Wells Fargo, like other financial institutions, may contact customers who have debt with the bank. If a customer falls behind on their payments or has a delinquent account, the bank may reach out to them in an attempt to resolve the issue.
These types of calls may be made by a collections department or a debt recovery agency working on behalf of the bank. The calls may be made via phone, email, or mail. The bank may also send notices to the customer’s mailing address or leave voicemails. If you have any doubts regarding the authenticity of the call, you can hang up and call Wells Fargo back at a number you know is legitimate to verify the identity of the caller.
Unfortunately, there have been instances of scammers posing as representatives of Wells Fargo in an attempt to obtain personal and financial information from customers. These types of scams can take many forms, such as phone calls, text messages, or email phishing attempts.
The scammers may claim that there is a problem with the customer’s account, that they are offering a special promotion, or that they need to verify personal information for security reasons. They may also ask for personal information such as Social Security numbers, bank account numbers, or credit card numbers.
It’s important to keep in mind that Wells Fargo will never initiate contact with you and ask for personal information such as Social Security numbers, account numbers, passwords, or PINs. If you receive a call or message from someone claiming to be from Wells Fargo and you are unsure about the validity of the call, do not provide any information and hang up. You can call Wells Fargo back at a number you know is legitimate to verify the identity of the caller.
If you think you’ve been a victim of Wells Fargo scam or you have given away personal information, contact the bank immediately and report the incident to the appropriate authorities.