Bank Overdraft Programs Rankle Consumer Groups

May 2003
American Banker;5/20/2003, Vol. 168 Issue 96, p4A
Trade Publication
Focuses on the agitation of consumer groups regarding the overdraft protection service offered by banks in the U.S. Allegations made by consumer advocates against banks offering the service; Benefits of the service to banks; Amount earned by the banking industry from the overdraft service in 2002.


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