The median overdraft fee cost is on the rise, but banks are still feeling the pain of financial reforms.
Fees are bad enough on their own, but their names can make them even more frustrating.
Customers are getting wiser about avoiding overdraft fees at their banks, but those who do pay are paying more.
Cellphone companies will start warning customers who are about to exceed limits on their plans, but that could mean higher prices for everyone else.
Consumers are angry and fearful when it comes to banking. Here are some ways banks can do better.
Over 10 million checks are going out to credit card holders as the result of the Currency Conversion Fee Antitrust Litigation settlement, closing a four-year-old ...
In the wake of Verizon’s failed attempt to implement a $2 bill-pay fee, will companies stop trying to raise revenue with fees?
Verizon Wireless has balked on its plans to institute a $2 convenience charge when customers pay individual cellphone bills online or over the telephone.
Verizon Wireless will be instituting a $2 convenience fee when customers pay individual cellphone bills online or over the telephone.
A report shows that big banks lose money on typical checking accounts, and that smaller institutions can do it more cheaply.
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