As a small business owner, you’ve got a lot of responsibilities. When it comes to managing your finances, alerts can help you stay aware and in charge. Get started with key alerts1 that help track your business account activity in three important ways.

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Alerts to help monitor balances

Stay in the loop on what’s happening with your business account.

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    Balance: Get an alert if your account goes under or above thresholds you set so you can manage funds in your accounts.

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    Direct deposit: Know when funds are made available2 in your account.

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    Returned deposit: Get notified when a deposit has been returned, such as a bounced check.

Alerts to help track transactions

Keep on top of your business finances.

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    Business update: Review your account transactions daily.

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    Payment due: Help avoid late fees with a reminder when key payments and bills are due.

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    Check tracking:  Learn when specific checks you wrote are posted to your account.

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Alerts to help detect unusual activity

Be aware of actions affecting the account.

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    Online, phone, or mail purchase: Get alerted when anyone uses your card number to make a purchase online, by phone, or through mail order.

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    ATM withdrawal or cash advance: Receive an alert when anyone makes a withdrawal or cash advance on your account at an ATM.

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    Single purchase: Get notified quickly when anyone makes a purchase with your debit or credit card that exceeds an amount you set, such as $500.

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Sign on to the Wells Fargo Mobile® app or Wells Fargo Business Online® and set up alerts to help you manage your business today.

  1. Sign-up may be required. Availability may be affected by your mobile carrier’s coverage area. Your mobile carrier’s message and data rates may apply.
  2. Please refer to the “Availability of Funds Policy” section in the Deposit Account Agreement for direct deposit availability information, such as our deposit cutoff times.