Original Wells Fargo & Company Building East side of Montgomery Street north of California Street. San Francisco, CA, USA, 1850 - 1899

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The Wells Fargo LIFT programs invest in the future by supporting sustainable homeownership and neighborhood stability. This collaborative effort is sponsored by Wells Fargo and local nonprofit organizations. Find it in your city or neighborhood today. Visit Wells Fargo for more information. http://easterntitle.net/wells-fargo-lift-15000-downpayment-assistance/

84 Metros Listed As Improving Housing Markets in July The list of U.S. housing markets showing measurable and sustained improvement rose by four to include 84 metros in July, according to the National Association of Home Builders/First American Improving Markets Index (IMI), released today. This number includes representatives from 32 states...

www.handsonbanking.org- incredible site for teaching financial literacy for kids. There are different activities and videos suited to different age groups.

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Customer Service for Personal Accounts Wells Fargo. Contact Wells Fargo by phone or online, find answers to your questions, get help with online account services and more. Wells Fargo is a provider of banking, mortgage, investing, credit card, insurance, and consumer and commercial financial services. Visit http://www.customer-service-usa.com/wells-fargo-customer-service-number/

Due to Wells Fargo’s criminal role in the 2008 sub-prime mortgage scheme, Congress rewarded the bank with $37B in bailouts with its CEO John Stumpf taking home $18M in compensation. Using the public’s money Wells Fargo has since acquired Wachovia bank and purchased over $87M in shares of the GEO group--2nd largest jailer in the US—and seeks to incarcerate human beings (not for crime, but for profit), targeting immigrants at federally-funded/privately owned detention centers.

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The Seattle City Council has voted unanimously to divest $3 billion from Wells Fargo over the bank’s backing of the Dakota Access pipeline. The divestment legislation was first introduced by Socialist City Councilwoman Kshama Sawant in response to the demand issued by indigenous water protectors that individuals, cities and Native American nations cut ties with Wells Fargo and other banks that are investing in the pipeline. The Muckleshoot Tribe in Seattle, the Nez Perce Tribe in Idaho and…

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