Wells Fargo’s closure last week

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Jena Doak, [email protected]

Rock Springs, Wyoming — Last week, Wells Fargo in Rock Springs closed for two days, leaving many in the community without a way to cash their checks. The bank suddenly closed Friday, January 21, and remained closed through Saturday, January 22.

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To make matters more difficult, the bank did not post in their window the reason that they were suddenly not there. Even the drive through teller was unavailable.

A corporate media relations spokesperson was able to explain that the Wells Fargo Bank, located at 1400 Dewar Drive in Rock Springs, had experienced a water leak. The leak affected the teller lines. For the safety of employees and the public, the bank closed.

Workers fixed the leak during the closure, and the bank was back to its usual hours of operation by Monday, January 24.

The spokesperson also made it clear that Wells Fargo branches do not normally post in their window the reasons for sudden closures. It is customary to simply note that the establishment is temporarily closed, without an explanation.

She also expressed condolences for customers who were inconvenienced.

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