NEW YORK (8/17/09)--Consumers who've had rates raised, accounts closed and fees imposed may want to fire their banks, and one practical option is credit unions, says a columnist with Consumer Affairs (Aug. 12).
Mark Huffman. writing on Consumer Affairs' website, says the site has received a "cascade of complaints" about major banks. He asks the question: Is it possible to exist in the 21st century without doing business with a bank?
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Courtesy of cuna.org