How can I ever get through with bank fees from shopping at grocery store or clothing stores.
Just yesterday I recieved a bank statement saying I had overdraft when I was at the supermarket.So I called them on the phone and to have it blocked I would have to pay another fee.What is up with all of these different fees and I am trying to find oout what information you might know to help me out.I think they are ripping the customer off this way it is not right at all what ideas do you suggest for me or what can I do.Why is it that the atm has so many fees for different usage and the same applies just like the banks or worse.
yes,,,,,,,this is wrong....bank charge us unnecessarily.........actually banks does not want to help people they just want to get money from poeple......sometimes i feel.......banks are biggest monster...............if you do not have money......bank will not provide you money.......they are charging us to just take of our money.........they think we are not capable of handling money ourself.......!!!!!!!!!........Really this kind of things makes me .........hate bank....!!!!!!! I really hate banks....
Whoa there lisasweetty...What do you mean "have it blocked?" I'm no fan of banks, but let's face it, they are providing a way for you to use and manage your money without carrying a lot of cash around. It's important for YOU to take care of your money...the banks just make it safe and easy for you to control it...but you have to play by their rules, so learn the rules.
Don't get into fancy financing - that's where they make their money. Most banks, if you are online, have an 'alert' feature. You set the amount: i.e. alert me via e-mail if my account drops below $20.00 (or any set amount). But Pay Attention!
ATMs do have fees, but you don't need to use them if you plan ahead! Each bank usually has ATMs that belong to them = no fees, so use them. Learn to handle cash: withdraw enough for a week and put it in separate section of your wallet or purse.
Remember, you can't beat them so play by their rules and you'll find your life happier.
by starme77 9 years ago
or money that just kind of disappeared from your account and things just didn't add up?
by pgrundy 8 years ago
This is hitting South Bend now, where I grew up. I have a house there with a renter in it that I"m about to lose:http://www.nytimes.com/2009/03/30/us/30 … y.html?hpwIt's so bizarre. The industrial midwest is getting really, really bad.
by Susan Reid 7 years ago
JP Morgan Chase is considering capping debit card transactions to $100 or even $50. It's all about fees they charge per transaction, currently $.44 and proposed to be slashed by Congress to $.12.That's a big hit for banks, yes.But after years of "training" us to swipe our debit cards...
by Sean L 2 years ago
Why do people rob banks when everyone of them today get caught? So they know they can't keep the $.
by Annie 5 years ago
Is there any solution to long lines in the grocery store.
by GL Bell 8 years ago
Just saw this on morning news...If this is true than we have seen nothing yet...
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