Top 5 Places To Look For Hidden Fees & How To Avoid ThemYou may be guilty of not reading every line on a bill or all that small print before signing-up for a credit card or bank account. So-called “hidden fees” cost the average consumer hundreds of dollars every year.
North Texas Man In Battle Over Social Security CheckOne North Texas man wants local banking institutions and the Social Security Administration to review their polices concerning checks issued to the recently deceased.
Error Debits 10x Correct Amount From Atmos CustomersSome customers who have service with Dallas-based Atmos Energy got a big surprise when their bank accounts were charged the amount due -- tenfold!
Program Helps Texas Students Learn To Save, Not SpendStudents in one North Texas school district are not only learning about the importance of fiscal responsibility they’re working with a local bank to become the “next generation of savers.”
Jury: $330M In Stanford Accounts Can Be SeizedThe jury that convicted former Texas tycoon R. Allen Stanford of operating a massive Ponzi scheme found Thursday that there is sufficient evidence $330 million in frozen foreign bank accounts he controlled is money he stole from investors.
Bank Of America Website Woes Enter 6th DayBank of America customers have had trouble signing into their accounts for six days. Yet the bank still offered no reason Wednesday for the site's slowness.
More Bad News For Bank Customers: Debit Card FeesBank of America will start charging debit-card users $5 a month to pay for purchases. The move comes as the cards increasingly replace cash and as banks look for ways to offset the loss of revenue.
Fake Cash Costing North Texas StoreownersFor many of us it seems like money just passes through our hands. But, have you ever stopped to actually study those Jacksons, Grants or Ben Franklins?
Cyberthieves Use Human Money Mules For Risky WorkSitting at a computer somewhere overseas in January 2009, computer hackers went phishing. Within minutes of casting their electronic bait they caught what they were looking for: bank account information.