Established by Henry Wells and William Fargo in 1852 with an initial capitalization of $300,000, Wells Fargo was…More originally organized to provide express and banking services to California residents. Today, Wells Fargo is the nation's fourth largest bank in terms of assets.
The recent acquisition of Wachovia has expanded Wells Fargo's operations into nine Eastern and Southern states.
This Duluth Hwy branch has just recently changed its signage from the Wachovia to Wells Fargo company name. Services offered include: regular banking, investing, retirement planning, and wealth management to name a few. Customer service representatives can provide information on personal loans, credit cards, and loans for home purchases or improvement, as well.
Wells Fargo Bank 3325 Sugarloaf Pkwy, Lawrenceville, GA30044 This location of Wells Fargo bank features four drive-thru teller lanes. It offers personal, small-business and…More commercial-banking solutions, like online bill pay, credit cards, personal loans, payroll solutions, insurance and anti-fraud services. It also offers "envelope-free" check deposit services at its ATM. Money orders and a notary service are available as well as Spanish-speaking tellers.
Wachovia 901 Duluth Hwy, Lawrenceville, GA30043 Located on Duluth Highway near the Merton Walk Plaza, this Wachovia branch is now owned by Wells Fargo. Services offered…More include banking, investing, retirement planning and wealth management. Customer service representatives can also provide information on personal loans, credit cards and loans for home purchases or improvement as well.
Wachovia Offices 1062 Old Peachtree Rd NW, Lawrenceville, GA30043 Wachovia offers personal and business banking services. Wachovia is preparing to change their name in October to Wells…More Fargo. This branch offers five teller positions inside and four drive-thru lanes outside. One of the four lanes doubles as a teller and drive-up ATM. There is no ATM located in the lobby.
Wachovia Offices 161 S Clayton St, Lawrenceville, GA30046 Looking like a cross between Colonial and French Provincial architecture, this was once a First Union bank. First Union…More was taken over by Wachovia (which is soon to become Wells Fargo). The bank's modest-sized lobby area is well-lit and staffed by very helpful folks. Because the ATM is next to but not in the drive-thru lanes, customers can accesss it without having to drive all the way around the bank.