The Wells Fargo Home Furnishings credit card can be used at select businesses that offer home furnishings, bedding, appliances & electronics, mattresses, and more. You can search for a business that accepts the Wells Fargo Home Furnishings credit card online. You'll just need to enter the last 4 digits of your Social Security Number, along with your date of birth and ZIP Code. You can also use your 16 digit account or card number.
Aside from searching for eligible businesses, you can also manage your account, access your monthly billing statement, and make payments online.
You can use your Wells Fargo credit card anywhere Visa and American Express are accepted.
The majority of Wells Fargo's credit cards are Visa, which is the second largest credit card network globally. In the U.S. only, there are more than 10.7 million merchants accepting Visa card payments.
The Wells Fargo Propel… read full answer, on the other hand, is an American Express card. Although Amex isn't amongst the most widely accepted card networks, it's accepted in over 10.6 million U.S. locations. International acceptance is a bit trickier, especially in Europe where stores and restaurants don't always accept Amex.
Keep in mind that using your Wells Fargo credit card abroad could come with foreign transaction fees. Check out your card's terms and conditions or call 1-800-642-4720 to find out.
To get a Wells Fargo credit card PIN, call the number on the back of your credit card or call Wells Fargo’s general credit card customer service line at 1-800-642-4720. Once connected, you’ll be prompted to enter your 16-digit card number, at which point you’ll be able to use the menu to request a PIN or speak to a customer service representative. These instructions also apply if you forgot your existing PIN or just want to reset it. You cannot request a Wells Fargo credit card PIN online.… read full answer
Wells Fargo allows customers to choose their own credit card PIN. You will need this PIN if you ever want to get a cash advance from your Wells Fargo credit card at an ATM. While it’s good to have a PIN so you can take out cash in emergency situations, it’s not a good idea to get cash advances on a regular basis. Cash advances have large fees and high interest rates, and interest starts accruing immediately, with no grace period.
In general, you won’t need a Wells Fargo credit card PIN for making purchases, except at certain unattended terminals – such as ticket kiosks, parking lots and gas stations – in foreign countries. Regular merchants abroad should still take your card even without a PIN.
The Wells Fargo Home Projects card can be used at select businesses that offer home improvement products and services. You can search for businesses that accept your Wells Fargo Home Projects credit card online. You will just need to provide the last 4 digits of your Social Security Number, along with your date of birth and Zip code. You can also use your 16 digit account or card number.… read full answer
If you have the Wells Fargo Home Projects Visa card, you will be able to use it anywhere Visa is accepted. However, only a portion of your overall credit limit will be allocated to purchases outside of the eligible home improvement purchases. You can view your credit limits and manage your account online.
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