Wells Fargo is going to charge $3 a month for people using debit cards. Will you switch banks?
They are rolling out a test prgoram in 4-5 states. Other banks may soon follow if this is successfull.
What??? I'm with Wells Fargo and I haven't heard about this! I would definitely switch banks. They better not try it in my state. I will lead the revolt.
I would switch banks in a heartbeat if a bank tried to impose a fee for using a debit card. Consumers are already charged fees for using cards at some locations and business certainly have to pay a fee to accept debit cards as a transaction source.
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What do you suppose that means?
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