ANCHORAGE, ALASKA -- I recently looked at my Wells Fargo account online and saw that I had been assessed $261.00 in overdraft fees. I had 9 transactions totaling $36.00 that were made in a 2 day period. A full week later our car payment was taken out for $414.00, but it was posted before all of the previous weeks transactions (all of which had shown up online in the previous week) and subsequently overdrafted my account by $30.00 and some change. I incurred 9 overdraft fees for $29.00 each. I realized that I had made a math error of $30.00 when calculating my check book. I called Wells Fargo to talk to a supervisor and ask why the car payment had posted before all of the other charges, and was told by a supervisor named Ashley that "I am sure this is not the last time your account will be overdrawn and if you don't like it you can go to another bank, but until you figure out how to spend your money, you will continue to have the same problem." Then she hung up on me. I was treated like I was a criminal, all for a $30.00 addition mistake. I have tried to contact the complain department, but they are never available, I was told that the best way for me to get a hold of someone was to send a letter, I have done that, but have not received a response yet. We will be closing our account next week. If any of you are interested in changing the way that overdraft fees are assessed by banks you should e-mail your state congressmen and tell them to support the Consumer Overdraft Fair Practices Act, it would require banks to notify their customers before they make a transaction that would overdraft their account, and it would prevent banks from being able to post checks before charges that were made prior to the check being deposited.