Tuesday, October 30, 2012
Four area nonprofits were honored with $1,000 Days of Giving donations from Wells Fargo.
Tuesday, October 30, 2012
Four groups in the Smyrna area recently received $1,000 Days of Giving grants from Wells Fargo. The program will exceed $1 million in donations this fall to Georgia non-profits. The following local groups were honored in the program: A total of 29 groups from Cobb County and 72 groups in all received $1,000 checks last week at a community breakfast at the Mansour Center in Marietta. Three additional breakfasts will be held these two weeks across Atlanta and 251 groups in all will receive the same gift. Wells Fargo also announced that it is using Days of Giving to provide a boost to Georgia Gives Day, a statewide campaign to encourage communities throughout Georgia to support nonprofits in the state. The campaign being coordinated by the …
Thursday, October 25, 2012
Here's a look at the latest job opportunities around Smyrna, Vinings and South Cobb.
Customer Sales & Sevice Representative Wells Fargo is seeking a Customer Sales & Sevice Representative in Smyrna to provide prompt, quality customer service as well as support to bankers and store management. The ideal candidate should meet the following requirements: Click here to find out more about this position, or to apply online.
Sunday, August 19, 2012
The man has been identified as 31-year-old Walter Jones of Atlanta.
UPDATE 5 p.m. CBS Atlanta reports that the man Cobb police say attempted to rob a Smyrna Wells Fargo early Sunday morning has been charged with burglary, possession of burglary tools and possession of a firearm by a felon. The suspect was identified as 31-year-old Walter Jones of Atlanta. ORIGINAL STORY Cobb County police thwarted an attempted bank burglary at a Wells Fargo located on Windy Hill Road early Sunday morning. Police aren’t identifying the man they say attempted to steal from the bank, but Public Information Officer Dana Pierce said he is 31-year-old male from Atlanta. The man told police he is homeless, but that has yet to be confirmed. Shortly after 3 a.m. Sunday police received a call from the bank’s alarm service notifying …
Wednesday, October 5, 2011
Bank of America's decision sparks consumer outrage and an online petition.
For years, the big banks have touted the ease and convenience of ATM cards. And Americans who already were on the plastic habit have gradually increased their use of debit vs. checks and credit cards. But since banks were hard hit from the Great Recession, the big boys have been looking at different ways to get more green from consumers' wallets. Bank of America Corp. has been the focus of consumer ire since its announcement last month that it will begin charging some customers $5 a month when they use their debit cards to make purchases. The move by the nation's largest bank, which is slated to take effect next year, follows Wells Fargo & Co. recent announcment it is test-piloting a $3-per-month fee for its customers who use debit cards …