HSBC Scraps Overdraft Fee After Facebook Protest

08.31.07 | Online Banking | 0 Comments | by junger

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International bank HSBC (home of the online payment account and online savings account) was planning to stop its service of interest-free overdrafts for students leaving university (that's British college) this summer, but after a protest on Facebook, the bank has changed its mind.

HSBC was planning to start charging a 9.9% APR on overdrafts up to

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