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Question DetailsAsked on 8/19/2017

Are there any painters in Eagan Minnesota area, zip code 55123 that take the Wells Fargo Home Project Card?

Painting companies in th e55123 zip code area that accept Wells Fargo Home Project Card for painting interiors of homes?

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Here are a few previous similar questions, including at leat one link in the answers to the Wells Fargo find-a-contractor page, where you can find all contractors in your locale which accept the card. Note in the responses it talks about having to code the transaction correctly to get the no-interest or low interest terms- otherwise it processes as a normal credit card transaction at normal credit card interest rates.

However - I did see something flash by a few weeks ago in an eMail from Wells Fargo, about the Home Project Card no longer being accepted as a normal credit card - probably got burned on the lack of clarity to people who thought they were getting preferential rate or terms (there are several options for that) and not getting the one they thought they were getting (or assumed they were getting the same deal as the last time they used it), or being charged normal credit card rates because it was not processed correctly as a Home Project Card transaction.

There was also something about Visa not accepting these cards any more for processing - so that might or might not affect you - see the last response to the first link above about that.

I would check the CURRENT terms VAERY carefully before using it - because it looks like this might be the next in a long list of things Wells Fargo has done which are now coming back to haunt them.

Answered 3 years ago by LCD

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