complain and move, don't just complain

U.S banks are slowly and steadily raising customer fees, in an attempt to keep their profitability. This isn't just a wicked greedy action, but a true response to a changing banking market in the U.S.
Still, the practice of stealthily raising fees is a direct follow-up of the recent debit cards fee successful customer protests, and the choice of an ongoing frankness-less  is something consumers should not put up with. Customers should complain, and if complaints are ignored - do something more. Don't just complain, because if there is one thing you can learn from successful protests, is that banks, like other large corporations, are used to complaints. It is the actions that they respond to.


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