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Ayesha Khan
Ayesha Khan

Basically banks are sucker institutes, they breath, and survive on public money, and can justify any of their rules and regulations. When they know that people are dependent on their services, they simply take them for a ride. No body ever suggested that they should adopt  strategics where minimum charges must be applied. It is not the look out of the depositors what extra charges the banks face while their dealings, for them the money that people deposit  is more than enough. The financial institutes throughout the world multiply their funds by the deposits of public money, and i think that's sufficient incentive for them. Their service charges are justified, but to a certain extent, and not for the purpose of making it a money making business. Sometimes their fees are more than the amount that people have in their credit deposits---This issue should be raised, and solutions must be suggested. Its not fair to over burden the public--- 

JohnEvans
JohnEvans

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