Overdraft Fees
Witness a caricature photograph of a man watching his money literally go down the drain. That's the way many customers who have had to deal with bank overdraft feel. As laws clamp down on what banks can charge, will banks simply fire customers?

Without overdraft fees, will banks fire customers?

Bank overdraft fees have been a thorny issue for consumers who have argued long and hard that a single $.01 in the red transaction should not trigger a $35 penalty plus additional daily penalties. Congress has listened to consumers, and recent financial reforms voted into place will affect just how much banks are able to
Don't be shocked if a small miscue becomes a big money drain called overdraft fees.

Overdraft Fees are a Pain in the Pocket

What Is An Overdraft? (Editor’s Note: Personal Money Store does not offer legal advice. Consult a legal professional if you have questions. The opinions and experiences expressed in this article are those of the author and do not reflect the stance or judgment of Personal Money Store, its affiliates or subsidiaries.) An overdraft takes place