i do not like to feel massive panic immediately upon waking but wells fargo decided to give me that gift this morning— Katy Barber (@katy__kakes) March 10, 2023
Wells Fargo is further proof to keep cash on hand for use. In the blink of an eye, a computer glitch or whatever, your funds are inaccessible.— SD (@SDWilliby) March 10, 2023
@WellsFargo this issue was supposed be fixed this morning. Still don’t have my money back in my account that was there Wednesday. And now y’all send me an overdraft letter saying I got till midnight too pay? You need to pay me! You took my money wtf.— Chris Timms (@t_timms) March 10, 2023
“This is deeply troubling and what it does is it erodes confidence as an investor,” Dallas-area financial advisor Derrick Kinney said, according to WFAA-TV. “Definitely looking into different banking,” Hannah Bruton of Burleson, told the Texas news outlet. said. “As of right now, we will probably be changing that up in the next month.” [firefly_poll] She said that because deposits did not show up, the account she and her husband share was in the red when they woke up Friday morning. “So, it’s frustrating when it almost just gets taken away from you and you can’t do anything about it,” Bruton said. This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.
Thanks Wells Fargo for putting my my missing deposit back as “Pending.” It’s like you waiving in my face the amount you’ve stolen from me. FYI – Pending does not equal Available. I can’t pay bills with Pending funds.— susan buhrman (@BusterAtx) March 10, 2023