Wells Fargo has mad bling and dont give a shit about you.

Wells Fargo has mad bling and dont give a shit about you.

So Wells Fargo sent Evomo Inc. a letter that said they closed our corporate Visa credit card. Why? Because they weren’t being used enough and didnt have an on-going balance.

WTF Wells Fargo?! So you mean to tell me with all the shit going on with the economy, people losing their jobs and racking up credit card debt left and right you decided that you are going to close our credit card because we DONT have debt! I dont get it. We pay our bill and do good business. We are not over extended in any way.

One thing is for sure, Wells Fargo – you acted completely unprofessional. You could have at least called us to discuss or sent a letter that would allow us to respond with a reason as to why you should not close our card.

I say this because now you have seriously inconvenienced me and my business. I had re-occurring billing going to that card. Things such as memberships and subscriptions as well as web hosting and other internet services we pay for. Now we have to contact all of our vendors and change our card on file with them. Not to mention we have 2 cards, AMEX and Visa…. now we are stuck with only AMEX and not every business takes AMEX.

So for all you people out there reading this, Wells Fargo is just like all the other banks. They dont care about you or your business.

Wells Fargo is all that and a bag of chips.

Wells Fargo is all that and a bag of chips.

Oh and on top of my little issue with my bank, I read that Wall Street bankers gave themselves nearly $20 billion in bonuses as the economy was deteriorating and the government was spending billions to bail out some of the nation’s most prominent financial institutions.

Citigroup had plans to buy a $50 million corporate jet, but people found out so they didnt…  douche bags!

John A. Thain, the former Merrill Lynch executive who was forced out of Bank of America, said this week he would reimburse Bank of America for an expensive renovation of his office that included an $87,000 area rug and $35,000 commode. only because people found out…  what a dick.

Then we have Exxon reporting record profit! They earned $45.2 billion in 2008, up from $40.6 billion in 2007.

What next corporate America.  You douche bag suits don’t realize how bad you are hurting the average joe and people who are trying to “live the dream” and create small businesses and legitimate jobs.

All this bull shit is making it even harder in already hard times to succeed with our business.


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  1. The Moe on January 30, 2009
    F#$@# Wells Fargo.. I left their sorry asses years ago for being incompetent, credit unions rule!
  2. Mike on January 30, 2009
    Screw Coporate America! Especially the oil companies that are the only ones that make a profit during a recession. Btw, I have discover and when I was using it for a time they had their machine call me. They never canceled me.
  3. YegarMiester on February 1, 2009
    i am so sick of hearing the news about everyone who needs a bail out and then takes the money and runs. since when did America go communist?
  4. Luvs2Mtb on February 2, 2009
  5. M.Galt on February 2, 2009
    America became commie when the children learned morality from MTV.
  6. Darin (who is cold!!) on February 2, 2009
    $35,000 commode? WTF!!! That cost more than my first house (unfortunately Im not kidding). Give to the small companies that have done well on small budgets, not to the giants that could not manage what they had. Now back to work, there are thousands of people depending on my tax dollars. I don't want to let them down.
  7. Rob Blue on February 3, 2009
  8. Mike on February 3, 2009
    Just heard that Wells Fargo got $25 billion bailout. So what were they going to do with that money? Apparently they were planning a 4 day trip to Las Vegas (The Wynn and Encore hotels) to honor their mortgage bankers. Their execs say it is tradition. With all the negative feedback they received, they have canceled the trip. Just another example of company execs stuffing their pockets with our money. They can't be trusted so why do we keeping giving them money? Maybe we the people should get the bailout money and decided what to do with it.

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