Are you looking for help with your Wells Fargo account? Whether you’re having trouble logging in, need to reset your password, or simply have a question about a bank product or service, the Wells Fargo customer service team is here to assist. With representatives available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, customers can get answers and solutions quickly and conveniently. To reach the main customer service line for Wells Fargo, call 1-800-869-3557.
Additionally, there are several other phone numbers listed below that provide specific assistance depending on the type of issue at hand. Customers can also use the Wells Fargo online help center to search frequently asked questions, or take advantage of the Live Chat feature available on the website. With a variety of options, customers have access to fast and reliable customer service whenever they need it.
For general banking inquiries:
• International Collect Calls – 1-704-383-2497
For credit card assistance:
• 1-800-642-4720 (U.S.)
• 1‑844‑245‑4590 (International)
For mortgage assistance:
For investments inquiries:
For online banking assistance:
Finally, customers can also reach Wells Fargo customer service by mail. Write to the following address with any questions or comments:
Wells Fargo Customer Service
PO Box 6995
Portland, OR 97228-6995.
No matter the issue, customers can be sure that Wells Fargo customer service team is available to help. With a wide range of contact methods and representatives available 24/7, customers have access to reliable and knowledgeable assistance whenever they need it. For more information on how to reach Wells Fargo customer service, check out their website or call 1-800-869-3557 today!
Wells Fargo History
Wells Fargo is an iconic American financial services company with a long and interesting history. Established in 1852, the company began as a banking and shipping company based in New York City. Its founders, Henry Wells, and William G. Fargo started the business to take advantage of the great opportunities presented by the gold rush in California.
The business became known for its trustworthy and reliable service of transporting gold dust, important documents, and other valuable freight across the country. It also served as a bank, buying gold dust, selling paper bank drafts, and providing loans to help fuel California’s growing economy. In 1857, Wells Fargo formed the Overland Mail Company (also known as the “Butterfield Line”) which provided regular mail and passenger service along an ever-growing number of routes.
By 1910, Wells Fargo’s shipping network connected 6,000 locations from East Coast cities to Pacific Northwest lumber mills. The banking headquarters moved to San Francisco in 1905 but was destroyed by an earthquake in 1906; however, the bank’s business continued to grow despite this setback. In 1910, it merged with several other stagecoach lines to become the unrivaled leader in transportation in the West before railroads eventually replaced stagecoaches as their primary means of transportation in 1919 due to World War I.
In 1962 it shortened its name from Wells Fargo Bank American Trust Company to simply Wells Fargo Bank. Today it is one of the largest banks in America with over 8400 retail stores worldwide handling everything from consumer finance and small business loans to mortgages and investment services. One thing is certain: Wells Fargo has come a long way since its humble beginnings more than 150 years ago!