Deposit Fees Hit Midyear High, FDIC Says

September 2009
American Banker;9/25/2009, Vol. 174 Issue F307, p19
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The article states that banks in the United States charged $43.5 billion in deposit account fees to their customers in the year 2009. Data concerning the amount of service charges is provided by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. U.S. Bancorp and changes in the company's overdraft policy are mentioned.


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