The many customers of large bank chain Wells Fargo have a new way today to access information on their funds via their mobile phones. Wells Fargo Mobile, a browser-based mobile banking solution, has been introduced on a nationwide level.
Wells Fargo Mobile users, once enrolled in the service, can visit the mobile URL wf.com to view balances of checking and savings accounts, mortgage, home equity, brokerage, auto loan, student loan, and credit card accounts. Transaction history can be accessed and money can be transferred between eligible accounts.
Wells Fargo covers the mobile based service with a security guarantee and says it uses the same layered security approach and technology as all sessions on wellsfargo.com. The bank chain, which operates over 6,000 locations, first introduced online access to banking accounts in 1995.
Originally posted on July 24, 2007 @ 1:35 pm