Wells Fargo Offers Online Storage

Wells Fargo vSafe available nationwide

October 3, 2008

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SAN FRANCISCO -- Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE: WFC) today announced the national availability of the Wells Fargo vSafe service, a personal online safe for Wells Fargo customers and the first storage solution of its kind from a major financial institution. First piloted in March, the Wells Fargo vSafe service lets customers protect, organize and access online copies of their most important documents and personal materials, such as loan and tax documents, wills, passports, birth and marriage certificates, photographs, and digital audio and video files.

Storing information in a secure online location enables customers to readily access and recover copies of important documents while traveling or in the event of an emergency such as a fire, flood, theft, or hard drive crash.

The launch of the Wells Fargo vSafe service marks the release of a new and innovative online product, but more importantly it signals Wells Fargo’s continued leadership and pioneering spirit. For 157 years, Wells Fargo has stood as a symbol of strength and security, and we are proud of our heritage. New electronic services, such as Wells Fargo vSafe , are important to our ability to satisfy all our customers’ financial needs – and the safety and security of this product ties back to the founding principles of our company,” said John Stumpf, Wells Fargo president and CEO, during an event at the bank’s vintage vault in San Francisco earlier today.

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