Kevin Alexander 
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Re: “BofA profits from fees on S.C.'s unemployed

Some very valid points. I have a couple of push back questions. What were the other banking options in their town? Orangeburg Sc seems closer than Columbia to Cordova by say 45 miles John and plenty of bank options there . Why didnt you mention that?. A couple of strokes on the key board also tells me there is one grocery store in Cordova so reason tells me there probably are not a great number of other businesses in Cordova as well. The number one reason someone has that their state or federal benefit direct deposited is to avoid the time delay in having access to their much needed funds. The old way was mail then deposit was slower by two business days on average. My mother used that system for 15 plus years raising three of us and I guarantee she and anyone else would not to chose to go back to the slower older way getting that money in their hands.So the banks are providing a SERVICE and they are oh my god can you believe it they are gonna charge us for it? I'm not a fan of paying fees and do my best to avoid them by reading the diclosers and asking the bank what exactly do I need to do to avoid them. When you use another businesses resources and the time of their paid staff you shouldn't pay for it? At least they tell you up front what to expect. Have you been to the doctors office lately ? You have no clue what your gonna be charged when you go there. The topic Bad Bad Bank is getting old folks. Buyer beware. Ask questions be responsible for your life . Dont have that sense of entitlement to expect something for nothing.
Its easy to be mad at the economy and we all want someone to blame or point a finger at . Yes I want the BofA to do well but so do many Charlotte families because the trickle down effect to whole community would be more than bad if they didn't. John you got many things right some not so right and the way you lead the article down a narrow information filled STORY reminds me of the Wizard of Oz "pay no attention to the man behind the curtain"

Posted by Kevin Alexander on 11/11/2011 at 10:05 AM

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