OLYMPIA, WASHINGTON -- I purchased a car 6 years ago through Wells Fargo auto, I admit, I did have the occasional late payment, but I paid their fines and fee's. I had 4 payments left on the car, owed $1400. I lost my job, and couldn't get another, so I scraped money together to make payments. Not only would they not work with me, when it was found that I no longer had a job... well... suffice it to say, the car was repo'd and subsequently sold for $1000. I went back to work finally and called Wells Fargo to give them the last of the $400 that I owed on the car, even though it was no longer mine. They demanded $2700. They said it was fines and repo fee's. I ended up settling and giving them $1400. We all know they are rude and heartless. We all know that they are not here for charity. But I paid on that car for 5 years, at an interest rate of 11%, they did, indeed get their money and then some. The thing I found reprehensible was how they would not work with me at all to let me just pay the 400 that I still owed. This bank is a good one to destroy your credit history, I hope mine recovers eventually, I will never work with Wells Fargo again.