Bank overdraft fees, don't you just hate them?

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You may hate those annoying bank overdraft fees but your bank loves it!

Did you know?

The 3 biggest banks in America made more than $6 billion last year just from ATM fees and overdraft fees. Ouch!!!

As if that wasn't enough, Read this from Bank of America:

If your account has a negative balance for 5 consecutive business days, you will receive an additional one-time Extended Overdrawn Balance Charge of $35 on the sixth day.

The Extended Overdrawn Balance Charge is in addition to any applicable fees for overdraft items, insufficient funds and returned items.

Being broke is a punishment...


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