bank charges

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Translations
bankovní poplatky
bankgebyr
pankkipalvelumaksut
cijena bankovnih usluga
銀行の手数料
은행 수수료
bankavgifter
ค่าธรรมเนียมธนาคาร
phí ngân hàng

bank charges

npl (Brit) → spese fpl bancarie; (on currency transaction) → commissioni fpl bancarie

bank charges

مَصَارِيف بَنْكِيَّة bankovní poplatky bankgebyr Bankgebühren τραπεζικές χρεώσεις comisión bancaria pankkipalvelumaksut frais bancaires cijena bankovnih usluga spese bancarie 銀行の手数料 은행 수수료 bankkosten bankgebyr opłaty bankowe encargo bancário, tarifa bancária банковские комиссионные платежи bankavgifter ค่าธรรมเนียมธนาคาร banka ücretleri phí ngân hàng 银行手续费
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A STUDENT has been hit with a pounds 48 bank charge for slipping into her overdraft - by a penny.
And despite the controversy surrounding bank charges, the MoneyExpert.com survey showed that even those who have successfully claimed back a bank charge were unable to confirm how much these were.
Most complaints were turned down bar bank charge and credit card cases - 84 and 79 per cent were upheld.
The German parliament is to back a bank-restructuring bill that could also contain provisions for a new bank charge.
"It's really important we speak out if we know something isn't fair - a penalty fine, a bank charge or an extremely high bill.
Coincidentally Trading Standards has just warned people contacted by bank charge reclaim firms: "Why pay for a service you can get for nothing?"
co.uk may look a little tedious at a glance, but the site for Bank Charge Auditing and Recovery Ltd has its uses.
Regardless of the amount, Poe said in her resolution that an increase in bank charge is "disadvantageous to an estimated 4.1 million minimum-wage earners who would need to carry the burden of these fees as many of them receive their salaries through ATM cards and withdraw from these machines at least twice a month."
In a statement on Thursday, Senator Grace Poe, panel chair, warned that an increase in bank charge is 'disadvantageous' to an estimated 4.1 million minimum-wage earners, who receive their salaries through ATM cards and withdraw from these machines at least twice a month.
Alpha Bank for example charges e1/43.50 for a copy of an account statement, Hellenic, Bank of Cyprus, and Ancoria Bank charge e1/43.40, while RCB charges e1/44.
Yet reports of the death of bank charge reclaiming are exaggerated.
Yet sadly, in 2009, the Supreme Court pulled the plug on mainstream bank charge reclaiming due to a legal technicality that meant they "didn't have to be fair".