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Personal Banker (safe) 1 Wilkes Barre

Wells Fargo Edwardsville, PA

Our vision is to satisfy all our customers' financial needs, help them succeed financially, be known as one of America's great companies and the… Wells Fargo

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Mortgage Consultant (safe)

Wells Fargo Plains, PA

Wells Fargo's Consumer Lending Group (CLG) is an industry leader in supporting homeowners and consumers. We put customers at the center of all that… Wells Fargo

8 days ago

Teller Plymouth 40 hours\week

Wells Fargo Plymouth, PA

, people and experiences in a professional work environment - that s part of the fun! Our Expectation of our Tellers: Tellers introduce customers to… Wells Fargo

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    I worked at Wells Fargo full-time for more than 5 years


    Great room for advancement. If you are great with customers and love to sale, you will do great. If you don't have customer services skills and don't like to sale, don't waste your time. This company is a great company to work for but they are sales and customer orientated.


    Depending on the district you may be placed, you may have an amazing management staff or the worst. If you don't meet your sales goals (may I say they are ridiculous, how many accounts can someone really open?) you will be placed on a warning and quickly pushed out.

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    Don't forget at one point or another, you were in a bankers or tellers shoes. Also, stop with the fake accounts and pressuring bankers to do unethical things just to meet sales goals.

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