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Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Bank Of America's Shady Dealings

As thousands of disgruntled customers switch from large banks to credit unions, it’s worth revisiting exactly why Bank of America and others find themselves in such a situation. Jim Hightower writes in his new column, “Bank Of America: Always Thinking Of You”:

One way you can tell that a bank is in trouble is that it suddenly starts buying full-page ads in newspapers across the country that tell us what great shape it’s in and what a fine job it’s doing for our communities.

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