ATM Fees News
Costly Bank Fees Add Up When Using ATMs
Banks are looking for ways to generate income, find out how to avoid expensive ATM fees.
The High Cost of Cash: ATM Fees on the Rise
Getting cash from an automated teller machine not affiliated with your bank has never been so expensive. Out-of-network fees -- the price a consumer must pay for withdrawing from an ATM that's not in their bank's network in addition to the fees their own bank may charge -- are at an all-time high.
American Apparel to File for Bankruptcy
The company say that no U.S. stores will close as a result of the restructuring plan.
5 Credit Card Tips for Traveling Abroad
When you’re planning a trip to another country, talking with someone who has recently visited your destination can be one of the best ways to gather intel on what to bring — and what to leave at home. It only stands to reason that when it comes to paying for purchases overseas, it helps to talk
Using Your Phone To Help Pay Off Debt
in credit card bills, see how an expert helped one family trying to become debt free.
3 Ways Your Smartphone Can Help You Get Out of Debt
Thomas and Megan Sneed’s daughter, Nora, is growing fast but so are their bills. “We’re like a lot of people. We graduated with college debt, we put our honeymoon on our credit card and then a year after being married, we had a baby,” Thomas...
ATM, Overdraft Fees Hit Record Highs, Survey Shows
If you're in a bind to get cash from an ATM, make sure the machine is in your banking network. Otherwise, you might have to fork over a fee of $4.35, which is the average cost of going outside your ATM network, according to Bankrate.com. That average transaction fee is a new high in Bankrate.com's
4 Reasons Not to Use Your Debit Card at a Bar
You’ve watched enough Tarantino to know you should only bring a knife to a gunfight if you’re Uma Thurman . Bringing a debit card to a bar is like the proverbial knife at a gunfight: a shoot-ready script for getting killed by the bill. Bar = party, but you don’t want to run up debt and wreck your
'Green Dot' Sees Red on Unlikely Alliance Between American Express, Walmart
Pre-paid credit card company experiences stock price decline after potential new rivals announce partnership.