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As rules under last summer's Dodd-Frank financial reform begin to take shape, banks fear for their card businesses, the Wall Street Journal notes. Banks are considering a new set of debit card fees, in addition to fees on checking accounts. From the WSJ, a partial list:
•Annual fees of up to $30 for people with debit cards.
Consumers already have sufficient cause to resent the nation's big banks. Bank of America has the worst record...
If you bring us more business, you will get rewarded with better pricing," BofA spokesperson Robert Stickler told the WSJ.