Business

Bank of America is cutting overdraft fees

Bank of America is giving its customers a break. The bank plans to eliminate non-sufficient funds fees as soon as February and reduce overdraft fees
Business

Bank Of America Cuts Overdraft Fees, Eliminates Insufficient Funds Fees

Bank of America said Tuesday it would eliminate insufficient funds fees and cut overdraft fees from $35 to $10, the latest move from a large bank
Business

Predatory banks rake in billions of dollars in overdraft fees from their poorest customers every year. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is trying to put a stop to it.

In February of 2020 I wrote about the predatory payday lending industry, which offers very small loans at high-interest rates to desperate low-income
Travel

Lawmakers say they will try again to regulate airline fees

.png?n=8043 News and destinations. Our voices. There are resources. Search for a hotel and a cruise ship. Fees that airlines charge for things such
Could Marriott Settlement Be the End of Resort Fees? - Travel Weekly
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Could Marriott Settlement Be the End of Resort Fees? - Travel Weekly

Travel Weekly has an excerpt. How much do you charge for resort fees? Marriott International's settlement with the Pennsylvania attorney general's
Travel

Could Marriott settlement be the end of resort fees?

How much do you charge for resort fees? Marriott International's settlement with the Pennsylvania attorney general's office that requires the
Repricing American Airlines Flights Is So Fun!
Travel

Repricing American Airlines Flights Is So Fun!

Changing an American Airlines ticket could be fun. I need new hobbies. I like how airlines have eliminated change fees. Most major airlines in the
Finally: Marriott Agrees To Prominently Disclose Resort Fees
Travel

Finally: Marriott Agrees To Prominently Disclose Resort Fees

This is a big win for consumers. When booking a hotel, Marriott will show resort fees. The concept of hotels charging destination fees is
DOJ Sues Uber For Treating Disabled Riders Like “Second-Class Citizens”
Science

DOJ Sues Uber For Treating Disabled Riders Like “Second-Class Citizens”

Oops! It happened again. Ride Hell Uber, a ride-hailing company, is again in hot water for discrimination. This time, the government has taken out
DOJ Says Uber Charged Passengers With Disabilities Illegal 'Wait Time' Fees
Tech

DOJ Says Uber Charged Passengers With Disabilities Illegal 'Wait Time' Fees

Uber claimed it made a profit in its third quarter, even if you ignore the billions of dollar that it continues to lose on a quarterly basis. Now,