877-740-3335
EmilyTaylor
EmilyTaylor
2013-07-23 11:26:54
Unknown
bestiality is beautiful shut up
misty
misty
2012-04-03 20:36:05
Unknown
I also would like to thank you for the 888 number. Hopefully, I'll stop getting these annoying phone calls.
LH
LH
2011-06-06 21:04:47
Unknown
Asked for my husband by name
WP
WP
2011-06-06 21:04:47
Unknown
Calls every single day, no one on the line.
Charlie
Charlie
2011-06-06 21:04:47
Unknown
National Union Fire Insurance Co,625 Liberty Avenue,Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Phone: 412-288-2160, 877-740-3335,Fax: 212-269-3387
Wells Fargo provides National Union with customer contact information for telemarketing purposes
Dave O
Dave O
2011-06-06 21:04:47
Unknown
Good bye Wells Fargo.  There are many other banks in this country of the USA.  Bad choice to let our info out to these "Toll Free Callers"  Hope your not on the bail out list!
Bolt
Bolt
2011-06-06 21:04:47
Unknown
This number belongs to National Union Fire Insurance Co. They claim to be telemarketing on behalf of Wells Fargo.
Bolt
Bolt
2011-06-06 21:04:47
Unknown
Update to my earlier comment: This is not actually National Union, but a company called Influent, calling on behalf of National Union, on behalf of Wells Fargo. Wells Fargo sure likes to share my personal information with a lot of people.
Call'm
Call'm
2011-06-06 21:04:47
Unknown
Just call them back, you get a recording, then you can plug in your number to be removed from their list, :-)
anonymouns
anonymouns
2011-06-06 21:04:47
Unknown
Has anyone ended up with a computer virus shortly after one of these calls?
Employee
Employee
2011-06-06 21:04:47
Unknown
I'm an Influent employee (the hired third party calling), and I will try to explain the way everything works to the best of my ability.  Wells fargo provides a list of customers and numbers to be called to the National Union Fire Insurance Company, which then provides the list to us.  We try to contact customers, until a max attempt is met, which is set by the client, which is in this case Wells Fargo.  The reason there is no caller on the line sometimes, is because we use an automated dialer, which dials a handfull of numbers at once and goes to the first availible agent.  As stated we are calling to offer insurance producs underwriten by NUFIC, this is not a scam, when you ask a banker at a local branch or even through the Telebank, most Wells Fargo employees are unaware of our program, but I can assure you if you contact the Wells Fargo corporate office they can verify to you we ARE a legitamit company. As for the poeple that say "I'm on the NATIONAL do-not call list, any company you have had a business relationship within the past 18 months are legaly allowed to call you, the best thing I can tell you is to ask polietly to be put on the WELLS FARGO do-not call list.  I know the calls are frustrating, but Influent is a business, which has a call centers to pay for, employees checks to be issued, and quotas to meet to keep or clients, and or jobs along with that, which is also why we are very persistant.  Please understand we are just average people doing our jobs, trying to make a legitimate living.
Marianna
Marianna
2011-06-06 21:04:47
Unknown
extremely persistent calling everyday
Ed
Ed
2011-06-06 21:04:47
Unknown
Wells Fargo, calling to sell insurance on behalf of AIG. (or Wells supplied the name to AIG).  They've called often, first time I picked it up though.
Nicole
Nicole
2011-06-06 21:04:47
Unknown
It calls EVERYDAY and I have put my number under their "DO NOT CALL" and still they persist to call everyday!  Very annoying and it's not even a person, it's a recording.  I am getting livid about these frequent calls!
jason
jason
2011-06-06 21:04:47
Unknown
calls every day 877-740-3335, leaves no message (thank God for caller ID).  Last call made at about 8 pm on 12-23-08.  If I called someone daily and left no message I would be harrassing them, subjected to fines and possible imprisonment, yet these companies go unscathed with the harrassment issue
Dan
Dan
2011-06-06 21:04:47
Unknown
Like the person above stated. Just call the number back and a voice propt will walk you through getting removed from the list. You don't ever talk to an actual person and it takes all of 30 seconds.

And "employee" I know you think you are just doing your job but the real problem people have here is a) Wells Fargo dishing out our contact information and b) if you are going to call me, at least have someone there to say hello when you reach me. I don't care if it is an automated system or not. Say something when I pick up or don't freaking call me.
Laurie
Laurie
2011-06-06 21:04:47
Unknown
The Wells Fargo solicitors called at 9:07 am.  I called them back and followed the prompts to be removed from their list; however, it takes 5 days to process and 10 days for it to be complete. Who knows how many more phone calls we will get before the timeframe is up.
John
John
2011-06-06 21:04:47
Unknown
I receive calls every single day from this number. I work the grave yard shift at work so, everytime I get a call from these guys, I'm usually trying to get some sleep/rest. It is extremely aggravating to have to get up only to see the same damn number on my caller Id every day... If people don't answer these calls, get the point! Stop calling!
Kevin
Kevin
2011-06-06 21:04:47
Unknown
Called several times now as well. I wouldn't advise giving your phone number to a telemarketer. Our phone has a built in block feature and these parasites are now on it. I will also re-evaluate my banking relationship with Wells Fargo.
Jonathan
Jonathan
2011-06-06 21:04:47
Unknown
I get calls from this number frequently.  My wife has bank accounts with Wells Fargo, so in light of the above, I understand the calls.

To those critical of "employee", above:  the person really /is/ just doing his job.  He isn't the one putting the lists together.  I agree that the technology ought to be better, so that someone comes on the line after you say "hello" without an intervening 10 second (or longer) delay.  But the problem is with the bank, if there's any problem at all; not with the third party company hired to make the calls.  At some point, Wells Fargo presented you with a choice to receive, or not, solicitations for additional products.  I don't like "opt out" choices, as I feel the default should be "opt in", but the choice was presented.  Rather than being enraged at Wells Fargo, or any other firm with which you have a relationship who then tries to sell you additional goods and services, simply spend a few minutes to find out how to change your choice to "no".  I'd be willing to bet good money that anyone who angrily switches banks from Wells Fargo to some other institution will wind up making the same mistake with the new bank.
midnight
midnight
2011-06-06 21:04:47
Unknown
I have my house mortgage with Wells Fargo and they have never, never, never, never, never ever given me the option to opt in or out of sales calls and never sent me notice that an agent or agent of an agent would be calling me about anything. That is where the probelm starts. Wells Fargo should ask up front, "may we solicit you for other business."

History has proved that telemarketing is as popular with the public as a case of clap. I don't know why any company wants to use that method of advertising when it's a known fact that most people want to be left alone at home. Only the mentally deranged, needy and lonely could possibly want to receive these calls.

I don't answer any calls that say unkown name, unknwon number, private number, anonymous caller or have the name of a company I don't recognize with an 800 or 888 prefix.

That's pretty sad. It means every time the phone rings I have to get up, cross the room, pick up the god damned phone and LOOK at it before I can make a decision to push the answer button.

We need to write our congressmen and tell them the do not call registry is a broken, useless service and to pass legislation with teeth in it where telemarketers, your ex-spouse and mother-in-law can't call you.
tiredofscams
tiredofscams
2011-06-06 21:04:47
Unknown
OK, I've never dealt with wells fargo at all, so, why the heck do they keep calling me, I pay like 2 bucks a month for call filtering, and this is maybe the 5th number I've blocked, how many do they have?
TJ
TJ
2011-06-06 21:04:47
Unknown
As mentioned above, I was able to call the number, get a recording, and enter my phone number to prevent further calls. The recording does identify the company as "Wells Fargo," and says my number will be removed from their list within five days and my information will be completely removed from their marketing database within 30 days. We'll see if it works.
late sleeper
late sleeper
2011-06-06 21:04:47
Unknown
I am not, and never have been, a client of Wells Fargo. Sure, the voice on the other end says it's tied to Wells Fargo but it's a still a salesperson. If I needed insurance, I'm smart enough to go looking for it without any help from my bank.I doubt the "employees" authenticity but believe the calls are robocalls generated from any number of call lists that have been sold to any number of telemarketing firms. Every company has an "opt out" option....you just have to ask for and/or look for it and follow the instructions.
John
John
2011-06-06 21:04:47
Unknown
If you have caller ID, don't answer. Wait and call back, it will then give you instructions to be removed from the contact list. Wells Fargo says it will take 5 days to process and up to 30 days to be totally removed from the system.
h
h
2011-06-06 21:04:47
Unknown
The calls are annoying at BEST!!  They come in all hours of the day and are not respectful enough to leave a message.  If we are not home and they cannot leave a message of any sort then why are they bothering to call us!!  If it is importnat enough to "harass" us it should also be as important to leave a message!!  Requesting them to stop calling means nothing to them!! If I want to purchase insurance or anything else for that matter I will get it myself!!
Sheesh
Sheesh
2011-06-06 21:04:47
Unknown
National Union Fire Insurance Co. affiliated with AIG,Inc
625 Liberty Ave.
Pittsburgh,PA 15222
Making calls from 1-877-740-3334 / 1-877-740-3335 / 1-877-740-3336 that WELLS FARGO BANK gave customers & non customers to.
anamaria
anamaria
2011-06-06 21:04:47
Unknown
These people call every day asking for my fiance who is deployed in Iraq. I have told them repeatedly that he is deployed and that he will be back in a year or so, they just don't care because an hour later they are calling back.  What kind of retards are them? What do I need to do for them to stop calling?  They have called at 7 am on a Saturday morning and also at 9 pm one day.  Something needs to be done, I feel harassed by these people, is so not fair.
Robert Drouet
Robert Drouet
2011-06-06 21:04:47
Unknown
Please send email
employee of wf
employee of wf
2011-06-06 21:04:47
Unknown
If you are a WF customer, you would have received our privacy policy which clearly states that your information is not shared or sold to third party companies. If the company is an actual affliate of WF as in owned by Wells Fargo and Company, then yes you could receive a phone call. I am not familiar with this company and would suggest not giving out any information and to let your local branch know about these calls so that they can escalate it to the proper people. I myself received two calls today from this number and they obviously didn't understand the voicemail in saying please leave a message because they would speak in to asking for me. Also, with the bank I do not have my home phone listed as a contact number so I'm not sure how this company got it. I am an employee and as prior posts have mentioned, am not aware of this company or these calls being made.
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