Organizers of Bank Transfer Day are hoping to piggyback on the media interest in Occupy Wall Street.
Fed up with the decision by Bank of America and other banks to charge a monthly fee for debit card use, as well as other new fees?
Bank of America is willing to alienate customers over a new $5 monthly fee.
Thanks to new fees, the debit card has become the least-friendly piece of plastic in your wallet.
A prepaid card can help your child understand budgeting and saving. Plus, you can monitor your kid's spending online.
The cards' features make them attractive to those who want to move large sums of money without detection.
If you can pay it off quickly, a payday loan may be the way to go. Be careful, though.
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