Does Mint crawl photos of checks from Wells Fargo Business Accounts?

I always get "ONLINE DEP DETAIL & IMAGES - BOB" fees on my account, and in talking with Wells Fargo, they insist that someone or something must be viewing checks online. I know I don't do this, and Mint is the only other service that has access to my account, so I suspect it's coming from Mint.



FYI, this is a public community board, and I'm only a community member like you.

You can chat with support during the business day ( or you can file a ticket here:

I don't see why it would benefit Mint to do that, but perhaps they are or their scraping process is triggering that action intentionally or unintentionally.  You might file a ticket and ask them to look into it, but I'm not sure you'll ever get a satisfactory answer.  I no longer have a Wells Fargo business account, so unfortunately, I can't personally provide you with any helpful evidence.

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