Wells Fargo & Co., recently plagued by service glitches and reported declines in customer satisfaction, is trying to turn over a new leaf.

Outside its California base, in states it entered through the operationally troubled 1996 acquisition of First Interstate Bancorp, Wells is promising to pay $5 to any customer who waits more than five minutes in a teller line.

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