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This Is Where To Complain About BoA's Rumored Checking Account Fees

Talk about killer timing. Just as reports that Bank of America's experimenting with new fees began surfacing this morning, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has rolled out its new checking account complaint form. The Wall Street Journal's Dan Fitzpatrick and David Enrich got the scoop on BOA's plans, which involve programs in a few states testing $6 to $9 monthly fees on something called an "Essentials" account.
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