WF's data center in Shoreview MN had a hiccup but as is already stated in this post, it is along the same lines as other lenders hiccups. My memory reminds me when others including US Bank had such a challenge. It happens and is exactly why a person should consider a couple of banks for redundancy (nice IT term). Also, I for one stash many dollars in cash just in case (not the mattress though). Remember ... "life happens...".
Credit_Aholic ... used the term "hiccup" as it hit me when I was writing the post. Not based on the actual findings that you have been dealing with. Used to be a WF client and loved their online etc but, they pulled a cute one on me when they consolidated all of their personal lines insurance agents to downtown Minneapolis and cancelled my insurances (home owners, auto, umbrella) due to agent change (I had NO IDEA) and then told me after I got the notice of insurance cancellation they were sorry just had not sent out the letters to have me contact them for new insurance. At the time I had everything with them (checking, savings, CD, Investments, Note Loans, Credit Cards and insurances) and I told them what I thought and moved 100% of everything out and never placed all my business with anyone again! The convenience was nice but, one lays them self open to potential troubles and I won't do that again "once burned twice shy". As to the floor safe for cash in the floor ... I remember them. Many folks on this site talk about not carrying much cash with them and I get that but, "life happens" so I keep a stash of cash just in case.