Monday, January 12, 2009


I guess I'm a dunce for not knowing this, but I just read in a Bretton Woods Inc. report that if you write a stack of checks that overdraw your account, banks routinely pay the biggest checks first to ensure that you will be assessed the highest fees possible for overdrawing your account. That's one reason why fees that banks and credit unions make on bad checks have increased 130 percent in the last five years.

Why bother to steal when you can beat up your customers legally?

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