It's the antithesis of Bank of America, which is going to charge a $5 monthly debit card fee.
Organizers of Bank Transfer Day are hoping to piggyback on the media interest in Occupy Wall Street.
Swipe fee reform isn't necessarily a victory for consumers, as banks are likely to make up the lost revenue in other ways.
Not all short-term loans from credit unions are created equal. Some are nearly as predatory as the loans from the corner check-cashing place.
A new study also shows that, despite predictions to the contrary, the Credit CARD Act has been good for consumers.
As more banks increase fees and create new ones, more consumers are ready for a change. Here's how to accomplish that with minimum hassle.
Consumers will factor rising fees into their decisions about where to do business -- but they can't if banks and credit unions won't divulge the data, a consumer advocacy group says.
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