- In an effort to lure more wealthy customers, Wells Fargo (WFC -0.6%) - through a partnership with American Express (AXP -0.7%) - is launching two new cards offering rewards to big everyday spenders or frequent fliers who also have another account with the bank. The new cards - Propel 365 and Propel World - offer up to an extra 50% in reward points depending on the size of a customer's accounts.
- Just 3% of consumers who charge more than $100K annually on their credit cards do it through a Wells Fargo product, according to a recent Wells presentation. At JPMorgan's February investor day, a slide showing what cards affluent customers choose didn't include Wells Fargo on the page. "We know we're under-penetrated in this customer base," says Beverly Anderson, the head of Wells' consumer financial services group.
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