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Home mortgage and frequent flyer offer

Posted Mon July 13, 2009 6:32 pm, by David Z. written to Wells Fargo

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I refinanced my home with Wells Fargo Mortgage, a $595,000 30 year fixed loan, this May. Shortly after locking in my rate, I read a promotional email saying that I could get American Airlines frequent flyer miles, 1000 for each $10,000 financed. This adds up to almost 60,000 miles! When I brought it to the attention of my mortgage consultant at Wells Fargo, she told me she had never heard of it and would check into it for me. After the loan closed, I asked about the frequent flyer miles, and she said she could no longer offer me the miles.

Reward my loyalty with Wells Fargo with your original offer of 1000 miles for every $10,000 financed on my home mortgage refinance.


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by Joseph S. Posted Thu June 10, 2010 @ 11:14 PM

Fargo did the same to me even though I alerted them prior to the
settlement date.

I suggest that anyone looking for Aadvantage Frequent flyer miles as a
result of a real estate tranaction use LENDING TREE rather than Wells
fargo as they award 3000 miles per $10,000 vice the 1000 miles for
Wells Fargo.
All attempts to collect my miles even offering to pay for half the
cost went unheeded. All those contacted from the CEO in California to
the Mortgage Offices in Iowa and Arlington Texas either failed to
respond or initated stall tactics. They feel they are too big to care
or above the law.


by Bill R. Posted Mon July 13, 2009 @ 6:51 PM

David Z.,
Stop back and let us know how this plays out.
However, I think the operative word is "after" locking in my rate.
Thus the haggling was done, the upselling and options were in place
but do stop back.


Locking in a rate and closing... by Just Jeffrey Mon July 13, 2009 @ 7:54 PM

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