Zelle Payments Reactivated for Wells Fargo Customers in Venezuela

Zelle Payments Reactivated for Wells Fargo Customers in Venezuela
Zelle Payments Reactivated for Wells Fargo Customers in Venezuela

The suspension had occurred on June 26.

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04:25 PM / 14/10/2020

Almost four months after Zelle suspended operations for its clients in Venezuela, this Wednesday, October 14, the authorization for its restoration was announced.

A statement sent by the company states that “We hope you continue to enjoy Zelle and Wells Fargo Online® Internet Banking; however, if you do not agree to the changes, you can simply stop using the Transfer Service and you will not need to take any further action ”.

According to the portal specialized in economics, banking and business, there are already clients who have confirmed the operation of the platform. Wells Fargo said in June that it suspended Zelle service to customers who made use that was not consistent with what was intended.

Zelle is a tool used frequently in Venezuela in recent years, this due to hyperinflation that has forced almost all the inhabitants of this country to use the dollar as a collection and payment currency.

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