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5 results for 'bank of america'

Just Carry Cash - The Real Response to Bank Corruption

By Tiffany Sanders, published on Nov 5, 2011

...grow increasingly dependent on them. Our use of cash declines every year, with a projected additional drop of $101 billion annually by 2015. It definitely takes more work to operate in cash, but “it’s harder” is a far cry from “I have no choice.”

Recently, in the wake of Bank of America’s announcement that it will soon begin charging consumers a monthly fee for debit card use, some advocacy groups have been encouraging individuals to take their money out of banks and place it in credit unions. And that movement seems to be gaining ground—more than 650,000 new members ... (more)

Tags: bank of america, atm fees, american banking system, atms, debit cards, cash

Feeling A Bit Lighter In The Pocketbook?

By Randy Mitchell, published on Nov 2, 2011

...air than ever before. Again, the geniuses who control product manufacturing and distribution think the consumer isn’t watching, but believe me, we are.

Did you see the news lately about the wonderful banking industry? Although they’ve changed their minds (see the link below), Bank of America tried charging customers $5 a month for using debit cards. Really? And this is for what? The right to spend the money which WE, your customers, already own and just happened to allow your institution the privilege to house. What’s next, a charge to speak with an actual human being inside ... (more)

Tags: bank of america, free market, shopping, retail, randy mitchell, consumer purchasing behaviors, money decline, money values, consumer transactions, corporate rip offs, target

Through The Mod Loan Glass With Dewy, Cheatem & Howe

By Carmen, published on Aug 26, 2010 driving the American economy further into recession. That is an increasingly contemptible tactic as it pushes us nearer to global depression. Home value continue to go down because of lender initiated foreclosures.

OPINION: our opinion is part of our guaranteed Free Speech: What Bank of America and Impac Mortgage conspired to do and then did to us was a horrible scam that was financially and emotionally devastating to my family and I.

FACT: I only got any response back from Countrywide Mortgage now with Bank of America after I contacted Senate Majority Leader and Democrat... (more)

Tags: mortgage, foreclosure, bank of america, loan, modification, impac, steve curry, jason curry, brian moynihan, mod, nevada assemly bill 149

Credit Profiling: Just Another Way Of Being Watched

By Michelle Yang, published on Jul 21, 2009

I received a letter in the mail one day stating that my Bank of America Business card was being closed with no explanation whatsoever. I called them to find out the reason and they told me, due to my ‘inactivity’ they had the right to close it down. The woman also questioned me about some dental charge made months ago stating that seemed to be an inappropriate charge on a business card, making me feel as if I was using my card wrongfully. In addition, I did not get a heads up letter as to what was going to take place, nor did they try to offer transferring my points to my other Bank of America... (more)

Tags: credit profiling, bank of america, equifax, credit cards, economic recession, credit industry

When Was Bank Robbery Legalized?

By Steven Lane, published on Jul 30, 2007

According to a recent study by the Center for Responsible Lending, that amounts to about $17.5 billion a year. That is billions of dollars that goes direct from customer pockets into bank organized and manipulated profit centers. Is this legalized bank robbery, by the bank? Let's start this missive with one obvious fact: It is the bank customer, and only the bank customer, that is in the best position to know what their actual bank balance is. It is not the Banks' responsibility to balance every customer's check book. If the customer attempts to spend more money than what is in his/her account,... (more)

Tags: bank of america, bank fees, bank abuse, atm fees

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