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Oct 22, 2015 Brick-and-mortar institutions face stiff competition as more and more people turn to mobile-only and online platforms to meet their banking needs. To keep clients, traditional banks are using some nontraditional tactics, like leveraging social media. Check out some of the banks that rely heavily on social platforms to create a better experience for their customers. Read More...

Oct 27, 2015 The good old paper check has somewhat fallen by the wayside now that we have plastic, online payment and direct debit to help us pay our bills. If you’re not in the habit of writing checks, you may not know what to do when the time comes. Here’s our guide to writing a check in six easy steps. Read More...

Nov 11, 2015 If you're the victim of credit card fraud, the most your bank can charge you is $50, and that's only if the physical card is lost or stolen, as opposed to just the number. But debit card fraud comes with the potential for more liability. If you wait too long before noticing or reporting the fraud, your bank could hold you liable for all the fraudulent charges. That's why it's important to follow these five tips to prevent debit card fraud. Read More...

Feb 02, 2016 Banks happily profit off of the fees they charge their customers. But for consumers and business owners, they can be a major source of frustration. Luckily, many sneaky bank fees - like overdraft fees - can be waived with the right approach. Check out seven tips that’ll help you convince your bank to drop their charges. Read More...

Mar 09, 2016 Not everyone who wants a new bank account can actually get one. That’s because banks tend to avoid opening new accounts for people who pose too much of a risk. So if you’re on the hunt for a new savings or checking account, read on for seven reasons why a bank might turn you away. Read More...