Banks Targeting Low-Income Customers With High-Fee Products

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7:04 AM EDT April 26th, 2012

Banks like Regions Financial and Wells Fargo are targeting low-income customers with high-fee products, in part because these products have mostly avoided being altered by new regulations, the New York Times says.

An “increasing number” of big banks are “aggressively courting low-income customers,” the Times writes. 

“It is a disquieting development for poor customers,” Mark T. Williams, a former Federal Reserve Bank examiner, tells the authors. “They are getting pushed into high-fee options.”

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