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How one guy, who’s saving for a wedding, a house, and the chance to retire, is trying to make sure he’ll have the money to pay for it all.
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1. Enrollment with Zelle through Wells Fargo Online® or Wells Fargo Business Online® is required. Terms and conditions apply. Transactions typically occur in a matter of minutes when the recipient’s email address or U.S. mobile number is already registered with Zelle. Available to nearly anyone with a U.S.-based bank account. For your protection, Zelle should only be used for sending money to family, friends or others you trust. The Request feature within Zelle is only available through Wells Fargo using a smartphone, and may not be available for its use with all the small business accounts at this time. In order to send payment requests to a U.S. mobile number, the mobile number must already be registered with Zelle. Neither Wells Fargo nor Zelle offers a protection program for authorized payments made with Zelle. To send money to or receive money from an eligible small business, a consumer must be enrolled with Zelle through their financial institution. Small businesses are not able to enroll in the Zelle app, and cannot receive payments from consumers enrolled in the Zelle app. To obtain more information, view the Zelle Transfer Service Addendum to the Wells Fargo Online Access Agreement. Your mobile carrier’s message and data rates may apply.
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