Category Archives: Banking

Make an Appointment with a Store Banker

A smile and a greeting by name are just a couple of reasons our customers love face-to-face time with our bankers. For our customers, certain banking tasks require insight from one of our Wells Fargo professionals, but we know that … Continue reading

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Getting Banking Done

 You may have noticed them while listening to songs on Pandora, or while streaming cute kitten videos on YouTube. You can even watch them during episodes of Two and a Half Men. Wells Fargo has released a new set of … Continue reading

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Mobile Banking: A Smart Choice

As a rising college senior I can still remember the summer before freshman year, planning almost every detail of how I believed my freshman year would go. Sure I had a meal plan, my rent settled, and the majority of … Continue reading

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Do You Need a Co-Signer? Credit Card Reform Act

How many of you have been tempted by a “free giveaway” to buy something? When I was in college, companies would set up tables, enticing students by offering pizza and t-shirts if they signed up for their products. During my… Continue reading

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Cash Flow Monitor: Breaking the Habit of Breaking the Bank

Do you know how to balance your checkbook? (Or am I dating myself with even the mention of checks?!) If you do know what I’m talking about, then perhaps a better question since I suspect everyone knows how to do… Continue reading

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What’s on your card?

I had a chance to go out to lunch today and when I pulled out my credit card to pay for my food, the cashier gave me a big smile and let out an “Awwwwwww!” Why such a reaction from… Continue reading

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Pass financial literacy on

Earlier this month, we talked about taking steps to become a bit more financially savvy. Well that same day President Obama made the official proclamation for a financial literacy focus this month. The President asked that, during April, Americans recommit… Continue reading

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Learning about your finances

Now that you’re done fooling, it’s time to focus on a more serious April event: National Financial Literacy Month! OK, so thinking about finances might not be quite as fun as scheming ways to dupe your friends, but it certainly… Continue reading

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What the CARD Act means for young consumers

Hello, Student LoanDown readers! I know it’s been a while since you’ve heard from me on the blog. I’ve been pretty busy this past year working on a project related to new regulations for the credit card industry. You might’ve… Continue reading

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