Dont know they are but just called and hung up. Kind of crazy for someone to call you that wants your money. They must believe that the money I have in my bank belongs to them, I stole their money? I don't remember robbing anyone.
Mother EFFERS calling me at work relentlessly over $133.00 disputed interest charge from a credit card. Get a life!
Massachusetts Mar 13th, 2018
These guys suck hairy balls. Total dick company
Calls repeatedly from 8am to 9pm at night -- Id's as Wells Fargo -- will not stop calling and will not send a "bill" regarding what the call is regarding.
I lost my job and was trying to make arrangements with them. Instead of working with me, they canceled my account and now that they've done that, they harass me hourly. I told them since they refused to work with me, and closed my account, I would only provide a settlement of 35% since most of it is interest anyway. I told them they can take that or they get NOTHING.
Wells Fargo. They suck. Never leave a message, call every 2 hours at home. Have now started calling at work.
anonymouse Dec 29th, 2011
Called and left a message referring to "a business matter", who are they fucking kidding, they want money. Well go and FUCK yourself Wells Fargo, you ignorant PRICKS!
Stop the harassment! Call and never leave their name of or reason they are calling.
It's Wells Fargo working around the clock trying to squeeze every last penny they can from its customers the bank raked over the coals these past couple of years while the taxpayers were busy paying the bank's bills and keeping them out of bankruptcy.
These people are typical of today's money grubbing jerks. They cancelled ALL of their accounts with Living Spaces, then accelerated the loan, added interest and late payments to those who wanted an explanation. Now they call the house constantly and don't have the courtesy of leaving their name and return phone number. I just called them and told them that they need to learn some good business manners. With all the federal taxpayer money that was handed over to these banks to bail them out of their own bad financial planning, one would think they would at least treat the taxpayers with a shread of gratitude. Wells Fargo is the next bank on the chopping block, so we'll see how their tone changes when they're unemployed.
Bob Meyers Apr 21st, 2010
I'm sick of the BS and hang ups at my work. I'm reporting them to my Lawyers for harrassment. They have received letters not to call me and to make direct contact with them and they are breaking the rules. They are in big trouble now that they left me a NAME - Jessica and a return number.
This is Wells Fargo collections department, but when they call, they act like they are from another company that uses them for inhouse financing. In my case they were pretending to be a mttress company and did not identify themselves as being Wells Fargo.
this is a WellsFargo Collection