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- $2 fee for Non Debit Card Use
published on Sep 8th, 2014 in Credit Unions
When I moved to Michigan, I opted to keep for the most part, my Nevada credit union accounts. One local credit union allows me free debit card transactions from my Nevada accounts and I set up my payroll and retirement accounts to pay into Nevada. I use cash for nearly all purchases (food, groceries, gas, […]
- Capital One can show up at your homes, workplaces
published on Feb 18th, 2014 in Abusive Policies, Capital One, Credit Cards
Capital One says it can show up at cardholders’ homes, workplaces http://www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-lazarus-20140218,0,2211926.column?page=2#ixzz2tfwpjhGu Read the entire story of abusive practices at the LA Times link.
- Will JPMorgan’s record settlement set incentive for better bank behavior?
published on Feb 14th, 2014 in All General Posts
GWEN IFILL: J.P. Morgan’s $13 billion settlement brings months of delicate, high-stakes negotiations to an end. Under the terms of the deal, $4 billion will go to struggling homeowners in the form of reduced mortgage payments, lower loan rates and other…
- Scandal-hit Barclays bank is cutting 12,000 jobs despite giving itself $3.9 billion in bonuses
published on in All General Posts
Barclays will axe thousands of jobs and raise bonuses for its investment bankers this year, the under-fire British lender announced on Tuesday after posting a return to annual profits. Chief executive Antony Jenkins, who has himself declined a huge…
- Big Banks Continue to Dominate Mortgage Lending
published on Feb 13th, 2014 in All General Posts
NAPERVILLE, Ill., Feb. 13, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ — Consumers searching for the best mortgage rates on the Internet are often getting poor information and dubious search results. The largest banks in the U.S. continue to be the dominate mortgage…
- Barclays announcing cuts along with increased bonuses.
published on Feb 12th, 2014 in All General Posts
In typical big business and big bank operating procedures, Barclays Bank announced that 12,000 people world wide will be placed on the unemployment rolls. However, in order to continue their commitment to improving the economy, they have announced large bonuses for a select few departments. In order to improve the bottom line profits at the […]
- Banks in Great Britian relutant to give you back your own money
published on Jan 26th, 2014 in Abusive Policies
It was recently revealed that one or more major banks in Great Britain had started an unannounced policy of refusing to allow people to with draw large sums of cash from their accounts. The banks used a variety of excuses and reasonings behind the policy. One excuse that a bank representative used was that the […]
- Refusal to change addresses
published on Dec 20th, 2013 in Credit Unions
In November 2011, I opened a series of accounts and a Credit Union in Las Vegas. Nevada. Now for personal privacy and protection of my mail, I receive NO mail at my home address. All packages are send to a Private Mailbox Service and all routine mail is sent to a USPS Post Office Box. […]
- Critics say Michigan foreclosure bills seek to ‘get people out of their homes quicker’
published on Nov 14th, 2013 in Abusive Policies, All General Posts, Mortgage Companies
LANSING, MI — Michigan homeowners could have more time to avoid foreclosure but less time to reverse it under legislation moving quickly through the state legislature. The Senate Banking and Financial Institutions Committee on Thursday approved a four…
- Nevada State Fee Bank
published on Sep 8th, 2012 in Nevada State Bank
More and more Nevada State Bank is fee happy. I am certain that the new management recently worked for Bank of America. Over the past the several months I have been moving my business accounts from Nevada State to a credit union because of all the fees that NSB now charges. Notary is no longer […]
- $2 fee for Non Debit Card Use
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