The Wells Fargo credit card payment address is Wells Fargo Consumer Credit Card Services, P.O. Box 51193, Los Angeles, CA 90051. If you decide to pay by mail, you can only send a check or a money order. Wells Fargo will not accept cash. It may take your payment 7-10 business days to reach Wells Fargo, so be sure to allow enough time for it to arrive on or before the due date. Otherwise, the payment will be considered to be late.
To avoid processing delays, you should always write down the account number on your payment. You should also send your check or money order to the Wells Fargo credit card payment address via certified mail so you get confirmation when it arrives. There are a couple other important contact details you should know about, too.
Wells Fargo Credit Card Payment Address & Other Contact Info:
Credit card payment address: Wells Fargo Card Services, P.O. Box 51193, Los Angeles, CA 90051
Corporate office address: Wells Fargo, 420 Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94104
Credit card customer service number: 1 (800) 642-4720
Finally, it’s important to point out that there are other ways you can pay your Wells Fargo credit card bill. You can pay online, over the phone, at a branch, through Western Union Quick Collect, through MoneyGram or with a wire transfer from your bank. All of those methods should be quicker than paying by mail.
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