Wells Fargo is termed as one of the most popular financial institutions. Wells Fargo has been providing its customers with various banking services in online as well as offline mode. The bank has divided the operations into three different categories for management reporting purposes – wealth and investment management, wholesale banking, and community banking.
The wealth and investment management section offers services of wealth management, investment, and retirement products to business clients and individuals who have a high net worth. Other important services are financial planning, credit, and private banking. The wholesale banking section looks after the financial requirements of US-based and global businesses. 13 various business lines come under this section and they include business banking, corporate baking, commercial real estate, insurance, and credit risk.
The part of community banking operates on services retail and small business clients through the daily banking requirements. A few of their services include checking and savings accounts, loans, and mortgages. The clients are served at the branches by the banks and through the ATMs.
We are clear about one thing that Wells Fargo offers a lot of services for its customers but still their services suffer some temporary issues at a point of time. The major ones among them are the OL-297 A and OL-297 B. It happens when people try to download new transactions, make online transactions, and setting up online account services. The main cause of this error is termed as the inability for establishing a secure internet connection. It might happen because of the internet settings of the system, firewall, router, ad blocker, ISP and server outage.
Normally when this happens, there are high chances that this can be a temporary server error. You can wait for one day and try the session again. If it is happening with other financial institutions at the same time, then this is not a server error. If you are experiencing the same issue, you need to do a few things to solve the issue. Check the Windows Date and Time settings and ensure that they have been set correctly. In order to do this –
- Go to Start, enter Settings and select Control Panel.
- Double click on Date and Time.
- Set the correct date and time at the Date/Time Properties window and click OK.
- If the problem still exists, call customer care at 1-800-956-4442.