The backlash against big banks won't be saved by the about-face on debit card fees, according to...
The backlash against big banks won't be saved by the about-face on debit card fees, according to Harris Interactive. BofA (BAC -0.1%) stands to lose 9% of its accounts, while Wells Fargo (WFC +0.1%) and JPMorgan (JPM +0.2%) also tip toward losing a large number of customers. The winner in the debit card debacle may have been credit unions after they added 650K customers since late Sep. All that in advance of the Facebook sensation - The Bank Transfer Day group - slated to hit banks square in the head on Nov. 5.
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