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No, the recruiters do not have access to your account. But when you get in, you must immediately bring it to positive, otherwise they cannot trust you with their financial services.

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Not when I got hired. Never had to do any drug testing or any random testing to this day.

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Not that I am aware of!

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Depending on how you were terminated from the company, you may not be eligible for rehire if you were let go. Calling the HR hotline for Wells Fargo can tell you what your hiring status is. If you are eligible for rehire, then you can freely apply for jobs on the company's career website.

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I believe teller position and customer service reps

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Your pay rate and the amount of duties in your job. The higher the number the more responsibilities your job will have.

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Wells Fargo’s Everyday Checking has a $10 monthly fee. You can avoid the fee by making 10 debit payments or $500 in direct deposits or by keeping a minimum daily balance of $1,500 each month. There’s no interest rate, so you won’t see your money grow.


With 13,000 ATMs, Wells Fargo’s network is fairly large; it only slightly trails Chase’s and Bank of America’s 16,000-ATM networks.

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I believe so but lack empirical evidence

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