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What Others are Saying

The Chicago Tribune
Hank Israel, a retail bank expert for the management consulting firm Novantas, explained that big banks make most of their money on their wealthiest clients. They actually lose money on some of their basic free-checking customers, especially since new overdraft regulations and the Durbin amendment have limited the fees they can charge.

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