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Digital banking soars in the COVID-19 pandemic

With digital banking usage rising at a near historic pace, Wells Fargo and other banks have geared up to handle the growing customer demand during the coronavirus crisis.

Financial Health

Wells Fargo helps recipients access COVID-19 stimulus payments

The company shares how to deposit and access the money quickly as the U.S. begins making Economic Impact Payments under the CARES Act.

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‘If everyone does their part, we’ll get through this’

A Los Angeles dentist gets mortgage payment relief from Wells Fargo to help his business survive amid COVID-19.

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Bringing financial relief to a global crisis

The fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic is being felt around the world. Wells Fargo is working hard to support its customers, employees, and communities.

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Aid announced for customers and communities impacted by COVID-19

Commitments include suspending residential foreclosure sales, waiving fees, and donating $175 million to help communities.


A Renaissance woman: Cassie Hill

Cassie Hill not only served as an express agent for Wells Fargo in Roseville, California, from 1884 to 1908, she also served as a local agent for the Southern Pacific Railroad and her town’s telegraph operator.


Keeping customers’ valuables secure: Wells Fargo’s treasure boxes

Wells Fargo’s iconic treasure boxes were one of the first ways the company kept its customers’ valuables secure.


Helping to save a home and Carter

Amanda St. Clair took a leave from work to care for her son Carter, who has leukemia. She feared the family would lose their home, but a life-changing bond with Cindy Hunting of Wells Fargo made all the difference.


William M. Robison: ‘A very noteworthy pioneer’

William M. Robison, Wells Fargo’s express messenger in Stockton, California, in the 1850s, transported millions in gold for the company and its customers — while also advocating for equal rights.