Idea #180 from Yvo D. No debit card fees

Posted by Estelle Thompson on at 6:14 pm

Idea #180 from Yvo D.

“Don’t ever implement a debit card usage fee like the big banks are planning to do.”

Ah, don’t worry, Yvo, we have ZERO plans to implement a debit card usage fee. If you’ve got your primary checking account at one of those big banks, now is a GREAT time to switch over. And don’t forget your friends, too! Remember, friends don’t let friends pay to bank.

Join the Discussion
If your primary financial relationship is with another institution, what keeps you from making the switch?

Regards, Estelle

Recent Comments (2)

  1. Jacob says:

    I keep money at a bank because they offer better savings rates than you do. Your savings rate is a measly 0.10%, but there are banks which offer a full 1%.

    Your Dividend Rewards Checking account offers a pretty good rate, but since you are lowering the amount of money that earns the best rate from $25,000 to $10,000, I’m about to move everything over the $10,000 back to the bank to earn the better rate.

  2. nulle says:

    your rates needs to be raised (50 basis points AT LEAST) to make it worthwhile for the switch.

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