If your Wells Fargo credit card expired, you should have already received a new one in the mail a few weeks before the expiration date listed on the card. If you didn’t receive a new card in the mail and your Wells Fargo credit card expired, you should contact customer service as soon as possible. They’ll be able to tell you whether your new card was sent out, and send you a new one if it got lost in the mail. The number for customer service is 1-800-642-4720.
Once you have received your new Wells Fargo credit card, you’ll need to activate it by calling the number on the sticker attached to the front of the card. After that, the new card, which will have the same account number but a new expiration date and security code, will be ready to use. Make sure to dispose of the old card by cutting it up for security.
The Wells Fargo credit card grace period is 25 days or longer on all credit cards. This means cardholders have at least 25 days between when their monthly statement closes and their due date. As long as a cardholder pays in full during this period, they will owe no interest on their monthly purchases.… read full answer
You are not required to pay your full balance during the Wells Fargo credit card grace period, just the minimum payment listed on your statement. However, if you do not pay in full, any balance you carry will begin to accrue interest daily based on the card’s APR. In addition, carrying a balance will cause you to lose your grace period, meaning that future purchases will start to accrue interest right when you make them. To get your Wells Fargo credit card grace period back, you must make up the balance pending from the previous billing cycle and pay the next one in full.
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