04 February 2011

deal with it

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Or get out yer tools:
Reversing a trend that began in the mid-1990s, big banks are imposing new fees on their least-profitable customers — those who want just a bare-bones checking account.

Those who can't maintain fat balances, or who don't use other services that would make them more lucrative to a bank, probably will need to cough up about $100 a year if they want to stay put. ...

The country's four giant banks — Bank of America, Wells Fargo, JPMorgan Chase and Citibank — are already phasing in the charges, and large regional banks are expected to follow suit.

love, 99


  1. You are SUCH an old hippie! :oP

  2. I even have a comment there, 4 below the commenting box...

  3. I guess it's old home night for both of us then. See Alan Watts....

  4. We need that cell phone thing Africa has....

    The banks freaked over there. I mean who's gonna build a bank when people can't afford to travel to it.

    Can you Obopay Wikileaks?


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