Wells Fargo Bank, NA
146 years in business
406 Main Ave
Fargo, ND 58126-0001
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Type of EntityCorporation
- Judd Graham, Market President
- Matthew (Matt) Ackerland, Community Bank District Manager
- Principal: Judd Graham, Market President
- Customer: Matthew (Matt) Ackerland, Community Bank District Manager
- Banking Services
- Insurance - Auto
- Insurance - Crop
- Insurance - Fire & Flood Specialists
- Insurance - Homeowners
- Insurance - Marine
- Investment Securities
- Loans - Farm & Ranch
- Loans - Small Business
- Real Estate Loans
- Money Orders & Transfers
- Mortgage Brokers
- Reverse Mortgage
- Mortgage Lender
- Oil Land Leases
- Oil Property Management
- Retirement Planning Service
- Safe Deposit Box Rental
- Trust Companies
- Investment Management
- Mortgage Bankers
- Advertising - Checking Service
- Attorneys & Lawyers - Bankruptcy
- Land Companies
- Property Management
- Property Management - Industrial & Commercial
- Asset Evaluators
- College Savings Plans
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Number of Employees: 29
According to the information provided by Wells Fargo Bank, this company offers banking services of every variety to consumers a the retail level, insurance services for all types of automotive, marine, home, commercial, sport insurance, trust and wealth management services, investment counseling services, and all variety of lending transactions including but not limited to home, auto, sport/marine, real estate and commercial.
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