23-year old Michael Joseph Oleksik of Cocoa, Florida (where else?) was recently arrested for criminal mischief after repeatedly punching an ATM's touch screen after the machine erroneously dispensed too much money. Wells Fargo Bank claims...Show More Summary
A Florida man was arrested for causing $5,000 in damage to a Wells Fargo ATM because it gave him "too much money."
Call it the holiday's token bizarro incident: according to Florida Today, a 23-year-old man who told police he punched a Wells Fargo ATM because it gave him too much cash, was arrested after bank officials said the attack caused at least...Show More Summary
This story was delivered to BI Intelligence "Payments Briefing" subscribers. To learn more and subscribe, please click here. Wells Fargo enabled contactless withdrawals from phones or payment-enabled wearable devices at over 5,000 of...Show More Summary
Last March, Wells Fargo announced that iPhone and Android users would be able to use ATMs without having a bank card on them. In its original implementation, users were required to download a Wells Fargo mobile app that provided them...Show More Summary
Wells Fargo has upgraded more than 5,000 ATMs with support for mobile payments. Customers can tap the ATM to take out money, though they'll still need a PIN.
You can now withdrawal your money from over 5,000 Wells Fargo ATMs using nothing but your phone and Android Pay or Samsung Pay.
Wells Fargo today made good on its promise to allow customers to access their accounts at ATMs via tap-and-go NFC transactions. The company says 40% of its 13,000 ATMs, or about 5,000, now support NFC-based interactions. Wells Fargo plans to update its remaining 8,000 ATMs with NFC by 2019. Show More Summary
Wells Fargo’s ATMs are getting an upgrade. The bank announced today that more than 40 percent – or over 5,000 of its ATMs – will now allow customers to perform transactions without having to pull out their bank card. Instead, users can take advantage of NFC – aka the “tap and pay” technology that powers mobile wallet systems like Apple Pay, Android Pay,… Read More
If you're a Wells Fargo debit card user, you can now use tap and pay to make transactions at nearly half of Wells Fargo ATMs. Wells Fargo & Company announced in a press release today that over 40% of its ATMs now support NFC (Near Field...Show More Summary
Wells Fargo enabled smartphone-only ATM withdrawals back in March, but the need to punch in both an app-specific code and your PIN partly defeated the convenience of the feature. As of now, though, it's decidedly easier: the bank has enabled NFC access at more than 5,000 of its ATMs across the country. Show More Summary
U.S. bank Wells Fargo on Tuesday annnounced that it's now supporting NFC-based authentication -- including Apple Pay -- at over 5,000 ATMs, letting people use the machines without having a debit card handy.
Wells Fargo promised cardless ATM withdrawals using Apple Pay back in March, and has today announced that the facility is available at more than 5,000 machines across the USA. A customer can initiate an ATM transaction by signing into...Show More Summary
A customer leaves an ATM at the Wells Fargo & Co. bank in downtown Denver April 13, 2016. Photo by Rick Wilking/Reuters Editor’s Note: Lisa Servon, a professor of city planning at the University of Pennsylvania, has been studying low-income...Show More Summary
You can now get money from a Wells Fargo ATM without using a debit card.
Wells Fargo is letting smartphone-toting customers withdraw from ATMs without inserting their debit card.
Wells Fargo Bank is introducing new technology that will allow smartphone-toting customers to withdraw money at all of its 13,000 ATMs without their debit card.
Wells Fargo has announced a plan to allow customers to use Apple Pay instead of their debit card for withdrawals at some ATMs by the end of the year. The bank currently has a method for using its mobile app to get an 8-digit code for...Show More Summary
In launching smartphone-based ATM transactions across the U.S. on Monday, Wells Fargo simultaneously announced plans for NFC support "later this year," including Apple Pay.