31 million consumers who control 41% of the deposits in the U.S. are itching to switch banks. Who are they? Moneyhawks.
The ten largest retail bank brands in the U.S. stand to lose a combined $92 billion in deposits next year. Smells like opportunity for everyone else.
Most online shoppers perfer to open DDA accounts in traditional channels, but bad online experiences contribute to shoppers’ multichannel behavior.
Growth in online deposits has clearly slowed. The question is, does this reflect product maturation? Or just a temporary pause caused by low interest rates?
While bank industry revenue is at record levels, revenue growth has been hard to find, though 2013 will afford some modest top-line growth.
Savings lotteries -- prize-linked, raffle-style “Save to Win” promotions -- dangle cash prizes in exchange for consumers' deposits.
This huge study will tell everything you'll ever want to know about unbanked and underbanked consumers in the U.S.
Customers with billions in deposits at big banks are up for grabs. Community-based financial institutions smelling opportunity will be circling like sharks.
A Florida bank's revolutionary CD promotion delivers instant gratification -- in the form of a new Benz -- as part of a brilliant name change campaign.
But half of the customers leaving a large bank in the past year ended up moving their money to another large bank.
The media sure made a lot of noise over Bank Transfer Day, but some cold, hard stats shed new light on the switch-themed event.
BofA's $5 monthly debit card fee could cost them 20 million customers.
Somewhere between 33%–75% of consumers opted in to OD plans, and overdraft fees will hit a record in 2011. But was deceptive marketing involved?
A survey revealed that 1 in 4 banks provide no fee info when requested, and as required by law. Do consumers think they're hiding something?
Don't kill free checking or roll out new fees without first looking at the results of this research study.
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