Bank drops Internet bill pay service fee

February 2004
North Western Financial Review;2/15/2004, Vol. 189 Issue 4, p16
Trade Publication
Announces the cancellation of charging on consumers for the convenience of paying bills through its bank web-site by United States Bank Minneapolis. Elimination of the monthly service fee; Increase in public usage of bank's facilities.


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