Dangerous conditions on some streets in San Francisco have caused at least one bank to close ATMs after dark, while others prefer to allow after-hours access to machine vestibules only for customers with valid cards.
At least three Wells Fargo locations in The City shut down their machines at night, according to the bank. Read More
A Wells Fargo bank in San Francisco's Inner Sunset neighborhood was robbed on Wednesday afternoon, police said.
The robbery was reported about 2:45 p.m. Wednesday at the bank, located at 725 Irving St.
The suspect, described as a man in his 50s, entered the bank and approached a teller while simulating that he had a handgun, although no weapon was seen, according to police. Read More
A bank in the Financial District had a window broken and newspapers set ablaze inside Monday, an incident authorities are investigating as arson.
Police officers responded to the Wells Fargo Bank at 465 California St. around 1 a.m. The fire was extinguished by the time cops arrived, police said.
The arson squad was called to the scene and is investigating, Fire Department Deputy Chief Pat Gardner said. No suspect information was available Monday. Read More
Prosecutors will likely decide Wednesday whether to file murder charges against a 17-year-old boy for the fatal shooting of an infant in East Palo Alto over the weekend, San Mateo County’s district attorney said today. Read More
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In a sign the nation’s financial crisis isn’t over, San Francisco’s Wells Fargo, the nation’s third-largest bank, said it would close its division that makes loans to risky borrowers. Read More
The Board of Supervisors on Tuesday approved unanimously two leases of the San Francisco International Airport with Wells Fargo and JPMorgan banks to operate the airport 22 ATMS.
That means customers with other banks like Bank of America will be hit with the surcharge fee at the machines of $1.50, an any fees their own bank charges.
The leases are for five years. The airport is guaranteed at least $1 million in revenue from the deals. Read More