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Wall Street Journal: Bank Fees—What Are They Good For?

From mandatory-arbitration clauses that waive jury trials to fees on empty envelopes and cash deposits, your bank is keeping disclosures tied to your checking accounts heavily cloaked in fine print and sometimes not in any print at all.

"No one actually reads 65 pages of disclosures," says Susan Weinstock, director of the Pew Charitable Trust's Safe Checking in the Electronic Age Project. "Fees get buried in there and people don't know about them."

Read the full article at online.wsj.com.

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