Do credit union members think more positively than non-credit union members do when it comes to the U.S. economy and their personal finances? According to the Discover U.S. Spending Monitor, a monthly consumer survey conducted by banking and payment services giant Discover Financial Services, the answer is yes.
If you’re going to overdraw your checking account by $100 or less, your most cost-effective bet is to borrow money from a payday lender, not to use an overdraft service or let your check bounce.
A new study conducted by Lake Bluff, Ill.-based economic research firm Moebs Services reveals that since the Federal Reserve’s August 2010 implementation of Regulation E, which requires financial institutions to receive consumer approval prior to cover debit card and ATM overdrafts, CU overdraft transaction prices have remained flat at $25.
A recent survey conducted by economic research firm and overdraft program provider Moebs Services showed that 1,800 banks and credit unions have made changes to
A recent survey conducted by Moebs Services showed that 1,800 banks and credit unions have made changes to their overdraft strategy since Regulation E was made a requirement in November 2009 by the Federal Reserve.
The debate over overdraft programs offered by financial institutions has mainly revolved around the issue of price, but volume is another, more important, factor involved that often gets overlooked.