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I received a similar call regarding a lost or stolen vehicle under my name with Wells Fargo Auto Finance. I am 65, without children, and I have never driven nor purchased a car due to a disability. Wells Fargo? The Wells Fargo numbers they contact from are: 800-565-0094 800-692-7191 866-211-6980 and 407-444-1995. They seem extremely imprudent.
Fenty
 Jul 24th, 2010
I received a similar call regarding a lost or stolen vehicle under my name with Wells Fargo Auto Finance or Adele Credit Services. I am 65, without children, and I have never driven nor purchased a car due to a disability. Wells Fargo? The Wells Fargo numbers they contact from are: 800-565-0094 800-692-7191 866-211-6980 and 407-444-1995. They seem extremely imprudent.
Fenty
 Jul 24th, 2010
Ditto to the other messages...Wachovia's overdrawn dept. calling for my daughter.
kelly
 Jun 03rd, 2009
Supposedly it is WACHOVIA BANK about my account being overdrawn. Call comes thru daily since Feb, usually early. It is a scam to get personal info. Stay away.
omni
 Mar 11th, 2008
You've got to be kidding me. Any automated system that tells you to put in your full account # and then your 9 digit social???? COME ON PEOPLE! That's crazy! Wachovia NEVER asks that. They ask you for your account #, and the LAST 4 social. NEVER YOUR FULL SOCIAL!!!! And, if you're crazy enough to do it, they then transfer you to a "dead line". I put in a fake account # and fake ssn, just to see what would happen. I'm on the phone with Wachovia (the real one) @ 1-800-wachovia to report this #, and find out what the heck it's about. I'll let ya know in just a sec! Ok, so here's the deal. It's Wachovia. BUT, I still told them that I would never put in my 9 digit social, and they agreed. I spoke to a guy using the 1-800-wachovia #, and he called the weird # for me. He then got a woman on the phone who also worked for wachovia. They were calling to remind me to transfer funds for an overdrawn account (I have 2 accounts). I told her that the whole thing was strange, and again asked her why wachovia would ask for your whole social. She said she had no idea, and was going to call the # herself to check it out. I didn't give her any info of mine other than my city- no account #, no social, nada. The guy I spoke to earlier just gave her my phone # to pull me up. So, all in all, it's Wachovia, but as always, BE CAREFUL!!!! Never put in your social for anyone! Even wachovia. Their normal system asks for your last 4. This one asked for all 9. Can't blame anyone for worrying!
Liz
 Sep 11th, 2007
Never had an account with them, and probably won't in the future. They called me every day for a month. When I finally did return the call, they wanted me to give them personal identifying information, which is NEVER going to happen.
Tom
 Aug 10th, 2007
I got a call from this number and it didnt concern me the person you was trying to reach this is her number Elaine Welcher 256-447-2371.I don't know why they called my number because it is a private number.
Steve Davis
 Aug 01st, 2007
Received call from this TollFree Number. I called them back and they identified themselves as Wachovia Bank. It was their "overdrawn department" and they were calling for my son since his account with them is, apparently, overdrawn by just a few dollars. They asked for him to call them back or to stop at a local Wachovia branch bank to take care of the situation.
Craig
 May 09th, 2007

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