How can I avoid my Wells Fargo Bank credit card interest charge fees?
The whole point of a credit card from the bank's point of view is to be able to charge you interest.
The only way to avoid being charged interest is to not use a credit cards and only use debit cards. With a debit card, you only use your money and not the bank's, which is why you don't get charged interest.
by jevangelista75 4 years ago
Can I pay my Wells Fargo credit card with another credit card from another financial institution?
by Susan Reid 7 years ago
JP Morgan Chase is considering capping debit card transactions to $100 or even $50. It's all about fees they charge per transaction, currently $.44 and proposed to be slashed by Congress to $.12.That's a big hit for banks, yes.But after years of "training" us to swipe our debit cards...
by Susan Reid 6 years ago
Q: Why does it take 45 minutes and 3 phone calls to deposit a WELLS FARGO BANK CHECK at Wells Fargo?A: Because we're Wells Fargo -- and you're not!That's pretty much the answer I got when I went into my local Wells Fargo branch to follow up on a deposit my son had made earlier in the afternoon.This...
by Gary Anderson 8 years ago
I just wrote a hub on this, but what I want is to have a discussion here. This is the issue: the senate voted on 5/19 to forbid the states from setting caps on interest rates for credit cards. The injustice of this is that the state in which the credit cards are issued, namely South Dakota and...
by Gous Ahmed 7 years ago
If you pay off credit cards by getting a loan out, aren't you in the same position still?Maybe a loan won't have interest increase like credit cards, but what is the best way to get out of this situation for good?
by Paperfly 6 years ago
Wells Fargo is going to charge $3 a month for people using debit cards. Will you switch banks?They are rolling out a test prgoram in 4-5 states. Other banks may soon follow if this is successfull.
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