If you don't opt in, your debit card could be declined if you're out of money. But you won't pay a bank fee.
Wells Fargo is ordered to return $200 million in overdraft fees a federal judge says were obtained through deceptive manipulation.
A survey shows that most bank customers will not opt in for so-called overdraft protection.
As technology gets more advanced, so do the crooks who are trying to take advantage of it. And, in turn, us.
Most people don't overdraw their bank accounts, so why should they sign up for overdraft protection?
An amendment to the banking reform bill would tie the fees to the actual cost of providing the service.
Banks are using a hard sell to get people to stay with overpriced overdraft protection. You don't need it. Here's why.
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