Can I know if it's WF FIN BANK WFFNB or WF FIN BANK WFNNB? If it's WFNNB then it is the World Financial Network National Bank. If your son did not have any dealings with the bank, I think you need to close down this account and file a police complaint. You should also alert the bank with which your son has this account.
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Subject: Bank Draft
Sat May 11, 2013 6:21 pm
Each month the total $78.21 is taken from the bank. This has been happening since July 12th from my deceased sister's account. Please tell me what this is for. Thank you
crorkz matz Guest
Tue Aug 05, 2014 9:20 pm
rxwgEm Muchos Gracias for your article. Fantastic.
Subject: Wf fin bank wffnb
Sun Aug 17, 2014 12:40 am
Lady in NM, the EXACT same thing has happened to me. I just saw an apparent 'debit' charge on my checking account from them for 40.01, I called my bank, they said they couldn't see who it was from any more than I could on my online statement, and cancelled my cards for me submitting it to be investigated. I just looked on my account and out of curiosity searched to see if there were any previous charges from them, thinking maybe it was a bill or something I paid and am just not remembering (highly unlikely, I almost never pay bills with 'debit') and they got me back in April for $40.01 also!! Who ARE these people?!? And how did they get our info?? Does anyone know?
It's: wf fin bank wffnb, and that's all there is for a description.
Fri Oct 09, 2015 7:56 pm
A Wells Fargo company and possibly a preditor. Showed up on my credit report as never used but was dinged (lost points) when I made them close it. I would NEVER do business w/ WF...look them up on legal websites.
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