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.
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A survey shows that most bank customers will not opt in for so-called overdraft protection.
A new study says credit card fees and rewards are subsidized by consumers who pay with cash, including low-income folks. Is that fair?
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The nickel-and-dime fees we're used to from banks could become dime-and-quarter fees.
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