New report details how large banks finance the payday loan industry.
Now that banks aren't making as much from overdraft fees, they're looking for other ways to charge you.
Bank VP charged with fraud for making it look as if clients were paying their loans on time. Bank may have lost $5.5 million.
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.
A new website offers special account services to the wealthy. Example: An alarm to parents if children spend family fortunes too quickly.
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.
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