In the wake of its debit card fee debacle, Bank of America has been relatively quiet in defeat. Here's what we want to hear from the bank.
Banks could have made up to $875 million a month off of their now-dead debit card fees, according to an analysis from Market Rates Insight.
The bank cited 'customer concerns' in its decision.
Regions Financial Corp. and SunTrust Banks Inc. followed their big bank rivals on Monday by doing away with monthly fees for using debit cards.
Most major banks have killed their planned monthly debit card fees. MainStreet looks into whether they will introduce other charges to recoup lost revenue.
Chase and Wells Fargo are joining the list of banks that won't be charging customers to use their debit cards, as the backlash over Bank of America's planned $5 monthly fee continues.
The South leads the way in a new ranking of states with the most unbanked residents.
Widespread demonstrations in support of Occupy Wall Street have put the financial crisis back into the national spotlight lately. Here’s a quick refresher on what’s happened to some of the main players.
It’s not just a few thousand protesters: Sentiment toward America’s big banks is falling across the country.
From Occupy Wall Street protesters to retirees, consumers are riled up about bank fees like few other personal finance issues in memory.