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Monday, March 16, 2009

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St George

I am sure if it were true most of the victim will go and complain because if these fees were true then they must know who to point the finger at.

Black Prepaid Debit Card

Have anybody notices that the debit card suppliers are following the credit card suppliers in issuing black prepaid debit cards to emulate the high flying style of the exclusive banking sector

Your Financial Services

I am sure there are suppliers of debit cards that do conform to good financial governance. People who wants to make use of debit cards should do there homework and make sure that they go through the fine print to ensure that they do not expose them selfs to debit cards with high fees.

Jen

Banks should disclose the actual costs incurred. Those costs should be recoverable, but generating profit with uncontrolled bank fees while someone is on unemployment is not pro-active in jumpstarting the economy, just to further stress the individual's ability to make ends meet and make the consumer desperate to fill in the gaps with credit cards, personal loans, etc.

Your Financial Services

If the fees mentioned aretrue then it is a disgrace. The use of debit cards within the current climatic conditions should be encouraged as a replacement for credit cards. Exposing debit cards to these high level of cost per transaction will undo the longterm benefits which could be obtained if debit cards are made the plastic of choice

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