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Wells Fargo Active Cash℠ Card: A $200 Cash Rewards Bonus After Spending $1,000 in First 3 Months

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Wells Fargo is offering a $200 cash rewards bonus when you spend $1,000 in purchases in the first 3 months with their new Active Cash℠ Credit Card. Earn unlimited 2% cash rewards on purchases. No annual fee.

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Card Features:
  • New! Earn a $200 cash rewards bonus after spending $1,000 on purchases in the first 3 months
  • Earn unlimited 2% cash rewards on purchases
  • 0% intro APR for 15 months from account opening on purchases and qualifying balance transfers, then a 14.99% to 24.99% variable APR; balance transfers made within 120 days qualify for the intro rate and fee of 3% then a BT fee of up to 5%, min: $5
  • $0 annual fee
  • No category restrictions or sign ups and cash rewards don't expire as long as your account remains open
  • Enjoy a premium collection of benefits at a selection of the world's most intriguing and prestigious hotel properties with Visa Signature Concierge
  • Get up to $600 protection on your cell phone (subject to $25 deductible) against covered damage or theft when you pay your monthly cellular telephone bill with your Wells Fargo Active Cash℠ Card
  • Select "Apply Now" to learn more about the product features, terms and conditions
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Wells Fargo is offering a $200 cash rewards bonus when you spend $1,000 in purchases in the first 3 months with their new Active Cash℠ Credit Card. Earn unlimited 2% cash rewards on purchases. No annual fee.

Card Features:
  • New! Earn a $200 cash rewards bonus after spending $1,000 on purchases in the first 3 months
  • Earn unlimited 2% cash rewards on purchases
  • 0% intro APR for 15 months from account opening on purchases and qualifying balance transfers, then a 14.99% to 24.99% variable APR; balance transfers made within 120 days qualify for the intro rate and fee of 3% then a BT fee of up to 5%, min: $5
  • $0 annual fee
  • No category restrictions or sign ups and cash rewards don’t expire as long as your account remains open
  • Enjoy a premium collection of benefits at a selection of the world's most intriguing and prestigious hotel properties with Visa Signature Concierge
  • Get up to $600 protection on your cell phone (subject to $25 deductible) against covered damage or theft when you pay your monthly cellular telephone bill with your Wells Fargo Active Cash℠ Card
  • Select “Apply Now” to learn more about the product features, terms and conditions



See Rates & Fees

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holycow1 asked this question on 07-20-2021 at 11:58 PM
07-20-2021 at 11:58 PM
Yes, you can if you call their customer service line they can convert it for you. The downside is you won't get the $200 sign up bonus :-(
09-05-2021 at 06:36 AM
I changed cards online:

https://www.doctorofcredit.com/wells-fargo-now-allowing-product-changes-online/
09-24-2021 at 10:20 AM
I just called. Only option is to open a new card
qwertyaas asked this question on 09-20-2021 at 11:00 AM
09-20-2021 at 11:00 AM
You may have the option in Online Banking to convert it to this, but may lose any bonuses versus applying for a new card. If you apply for a new card, after you get it and activate, Wells Fargo should be able to move most or all of the available credit line on the old card and add to the new card credit line, then close the old one out. This will help with your credit rating as having a card with a higher credit limit shows you to have a lower overall debt to credit ratio.
ditto33 asked this question on 09-07-2021 at 11:38 AM
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These things are very unlikely to happen again. WF got hit with tons of fees and penalties and invested hefty in their risk compliance departments This whole thing sent a shockwave across the industry that also benefited banks' employees. Tellers don't need to aggressively cross sell bank product anymore.
are they seriously still in business? I thought they just opened up accounts for you anyways so you don't even need to sign up to bank on this deal...
smh...

Sorry Wells Fargo - but you still suffer from a lack of trust...
"In order to qualify for the Tier One (2.5%), credit union members must have an Alliant checking account, sign up for electronic statements, maintain a $1000 average balance in the checking account, and receive at least one electronic deposit per month."
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are they seriously still in business? I thought they just opened up accounts for you anyways so you don't even need to sign up to bank on this deal...
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Sorry Wells Fargo - but you still suffer from a lack of trust...
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are they seriously still in business? I thought they just opened up accounts for you anyways so you don't even need to sign up to bank on this deal...
smh...

Sorry Wells Fargo - but you still suffer from a lack of trust...
These things are very unlikely to happen again. WF got hit with tons of fees and penalties and invested hefty in their risk compliance departments This whole thing sent a shockwave across the industry that also benefited banks' employees. Tellers don't need to aggressively cross sell bank product anymore.
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Good credit card. Will apply in July.
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These things are very unlikely to happen again. WF got hit with tons of fees and penalties and invested hefty in their risk compliance departments This whole thing sent a shockwave across the industry that also benefited banks' employees. Tellers don't need to aggressively cross sell bank product anymore.

I hear you, BUT it wasn't just the top brass that was in on it, it included a lot of the employees... up and down the entire chain... and that is why the 3billion in fines is nothing compared to the ongoing issues they will have in regaining the trust of their clients or any future client...

I'm out...
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I hear you, BUT it wasn't just the top brass that was in on it, it included a lot of the employees... up and down the entire chain... and that is why the 3billion in fines is nothing compared to the ongoing issues they will have in regaining the trust of their clients or any future client...

I'm out...
Yep. Makes sense
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Saw this offer pop up in the news and was waiting for it to go live. Good deal with extra perks is a win for my bank account!

Yep, Wells Fargo has definitely had negative things going on in the past. However, if you stopped dealing with every company who had negative/media issues I'm not sure who you would be working with at this point?
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I just got approved for this and will likely replace my Alliant Credit Union 2% cash back card.
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Good all-rounder for those looking for a generalist card and better than Apple Card for merchants who don't take Apple Pay (there are a sizable bunch). Points are awarded monthly and with a $25 minimum for statement credit or check back (Direct Deposit isn't possible unless you have a bank account with them). Wells Fargo's latest pay with points option (I think inspired by Chase Pay Yourself Back) can get around this threshold - redemption is 1 cent to 1 point and points balance must cover the entire amount (no partial offsets). Cell Phone Protection is a good plus, few cards offer a higher rewards rate on top of this perk.

Another thing - Wells Fargo act funny if you pay too many times a month online (I think over 3 payments blocks you from making online payments for the rest of the statement period), but you can always pay over the automated phone system if you exceed this limit.
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We have had unlimited 2% on everything in market for too long. Who is going to be first to offer unlimited 3% on everything?!
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are they seriously still in business? I thought they just opened up accounts for you anyways so you don't even need to sign up to bank on this deal...
smh...

Sorry Wells Fargo - but you still suffer from a lack of trust...
It's all just a dog and pony show. American regulators have no power or interest in being heavy handed given the possibility of a revolving door when they leave government sector. Just look at the backboneless SEC and Elon Musk saga.
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We have had unlimited 2% on everything in market for too long. Who is going to be first to offer unlimited 3% on everything?!
Well, Alliant has a 2.5% cash back on everything which is getting close (no annual fee).

https://slickdeals.net/f/15164869-alliant-cashback-visa-signature-credit-card-pays-2-5-cash-back-on-up-to-10-000-a-month?src=SiteSearchV2Algo1
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Well, Alliant has a 2.5% cash back on everything which is getting close (no annual fee).

https://slickdeals.net/f/15164869-alliant-cashback-visa-signature-credit-card-pays-2-5-cash-back-on-up-to-10-000-a-month?src=SiteSearchV2Algo1
"In order to qualify for the Tier One (2.5%), credit union members must have an Alliant checking account, sign up for electronic statements, maintain a $1000 average balance in the checking account, and receive at least one electronic deposit per month."
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"In order to qualify for the Tier One (2.5%), credit union members must have an Alliant checking account, sign up for electronic statements, maintain a $1000 average balance in the checking account, and receive at least one electronic deposit per month."
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Clever String 959 forgot to mention that very important deal breaker information.

Fidelity Visa credit card will give you 3% cash back into your brokerage account as long as you have two million in fidelity manage accounts
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