SAN FRANCISCO - Wells Fargo & Co. announced Monday that it is testing EasyOrder, an electronic wallet service based on technology from the San Francisco-based software company Brodia.com.Since last month, Wells said, it has distributed the service free to 750 customers. It said it expects to offer it to all of its 1.4 million on-line banking customers in early 2000.

Those customers "trust us with their on-line banking, and we aim to extend that relationship to the on-line shopping arena," said Wells executive vice president Sharon Osberg.

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