2013-01-23 — thestreet.com
Customers hand their hard-earned money to banks with the expectation they will be careful and fair stewards. When banks overcharge for fees or offer savings rates that are feeble if not insulting, that trust is violated and may take years to repair (if it can be).
These days, apparently, big banks are doing a lousy job of earning that trust.
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