What type of accounts do Wells Fargo offer?

What type of accounts do Wells Fargo offer?

Accounts and Services

  • Checking Accounts.
  • Savings Accounts and CDs.
  • Debit Cards.
  • Credit Cards.
  • Foreign Exchange.
  • Global Remittance Services.

How do I know my account type?

To determine your user account type on Windows 7, follow these steps:

  • Click Start, and type User Accounts in the Searchbox.
  • Click User Accounts from the list of results (The User Accounts window opens) Your user account type is listed beside your user account picture.

How many types of bank accounts are there?

Banks generally offer two types of bank accounts – current and savings. The other types of accounts include salary account, pension account, among others which is subject to change from one bank to another.

How many types of checking accounts does Wells Fargo have?

Wells Fargo has five different types of checking accounts: Everyday Checking. Preferred Checking. Portfolio. Teen Checking. Opportunity Checking.

What is Wells Fargo preferred checking?

Preferred Checking. The Wells Fargo Preferred Checking package gives customers both a checking and savings account and has a $75 minimum opening deposit — $50 of which goes into checking, and $25 into the bundled Way2Save savings account. The monthly fee is $8 for the checking portion of the account and $5 for savings.

What types of accounts are offered at Wells Fargo?

Wells Fargo offers its personal banking customers 2 types of savings accounts: the Way2Save Savings account and the Platinum Savings account.

Does Wells Fargo have free checking accounts?

Unfortunately, free checks is a service that is dying out with most large banks, including Wells Fargo. Only certain accounts, with high balance requirements, obtain free checks. You could check with a teller to see if you meet the requirement by having either enough assets, loans, or a combination of the two to get free checks.

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