My Wells Fargo credit card bill reminder shows $0 every month even when a balance is due.



Hi seadour,

I know it can be confusing when your bill reminder doesn't display the right amount. It appears that an amount was not set when your bill reminder was created. Fortunately, you can resolve this by doing the following:

Return to the Overview page when signed into your Mint account, and to the right of where it says Upcoming Bills, click the gear icon, and click Change Your Reminders.

Find the bill reminder you would like to adjust, and enter the new amount. Sometimes this might not be possible if it was created automatically by Mint, which can happen if it detects a monthly due date on your card from the information it pulls. You can check the box to say that the amount varies, but it still might not bring in the right dollar amount.

The main purpose of this feature is to remind you that a bill is due soon, but getting the exact amount of that bill is a little trickier especially on a card when that bill can vary. If you want some more robust bill pay features, you might want to look into Mint Bills.

Mint Mike

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