Archive for Wells Fargo
CD rates finally smack the sidewalk... Chase retreats from the student loan market... SunTrust slashed perks on checking accounts... Plus 35 more headlines!
Most of the world is feeling pretty gloomy about their prospects for retirement. But not the LGBT crowd, according to a survey by Wells Fargo.
This online discussion forum lets college-bound kids and parents field questions. Wells Fargo employees chime in too, but not to push loans.
Another state legalizes prize-based bank accounts… Raddon Financial Group tackles the prickly subject of branching… Plus 30 more headlines in financial marketing.
To help reduce costs associated with paper statements, the megabank is using big cash giveaways as incentives to go digital for the fifth consecutive year.
Consumers conduct more revenue-generating activities when brand advertising focuses on trust-related issues. ING Direct, Chase, TD And Wells Fargo lead the way.
Is BofA too crooked to fail? ...At $4 per gallon, it's time to give fuel away in your promos …Canada cuts pennies from circulation. Plus 37 more headlines!
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.
Fees have become a central competitive lever, but balancing fees and profits against angry consumers can be tricky business.
See how Bancography ranks the strongest retail banking brands in 2011, with 70 banks and 50 credit unions making the list. Are you one of them?
Reordering purchases to trigger additional overdraft income is still common among retail banks and credit unions. It may be legal (for now), but it's deceptive and damages the brand.
Bank Transfer Day is over, and November 5th has come and gone. So how bad was the damage? These facts and figures put the body count in perspective.
Why didn't banks test debit card fees first? ...3 in 5 consumers have no interest in engaging with your brand online... Probably because they hate banks. 34 headlines this week.
This study shows just how bad consumer sentiment has turned towards big banks, with nearly 1 in 10 of BofA's customers irked. But people still love their credit unions.
What a bizarre week. Customer fee outrage sparks mass exodus... BofA whines at first, but then flip flops... Then every bank toying with the idea abandons it -- all at once. 32 headlines total.
Just because BofA introduced a $5 debit card fee doesn’t automatically mean its castaway customers are unprofitable to other financial institutions, especially those unaffected by Durbin.
BofA's $5 monthly debit card fee could cost them 20 million customers.
AmEx creates a Facebook app commemorating the 9/11 terror attacks… Wells Fargo exec candidly examines the future of branches… Citizens puts a branch in Dunkin Donuts… Plus 32 more headlines.
The top 35 banks on Facebook claim nearly nine million fans among them. Of those, 71%, or 6,259,027 fans, belong to the top three. But those pages with the most fans don't have much (if