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News Tagged - 'bank of america'

Wells Fargo Home Rebate Card Rewards Program


Is Wells Fargo trying to offset some of the bad publicity it’s received in recent months? It just announced a milestone with its rewards credit card for mortgage holders.

IFR: Problems Grow, Lawsuit Next?

May 9, 2013

The disorganized and embarrassing known as IFR continues to fall apart as Rust Consulting admits to sending wrong checks out this week.

Majority Agree: Big Banks are Too Big

April 4, 2013

A new survey reveals just how distrustful we’ve become when it comes to our financial institutions, specifically, the nation’s banks. We agree they’re still “too big to fail”

Good Payment Practices? Bank of America Rewards You

March 7, 2013

Bank of America has a new credit card offer, but with all of its bad publicity, is $100 a year for on time payments enough to turn the tide?

Komen, BoA Partnership at Risk?

February 19, 2013

Arvest Bank bought 29 branches of Bank of America in several states. What does this mean for BoA partnership with the Susan G. Komen Foundation?

BoA Small Business Lending Program

January 29, 2013

Bank of America has met its challenge to bring aboard 1,000 small business bankers. The goal is to provide resources and financial tools to the nation’s small business owners.

Wall Street 2012: A Look Back

December 24, 2012

In a word, “unpredictable” is best used to describe the year on Wall Street. Here’s how the money movers made it happen.

AIG Names New CEO, Announces Final Securities Brokerage Buy

December 5, 2012

New faces, new acquisitions and new banking dynamics are the common themes at Bank of America as we prepare to ring out 2012.

Bank of America Postpones Fee Increase, Debuts V.Me

December 3, 2012

It’s a good time to be a Bank of America customer; it’s likely not going to raise fees for the next year and it’s also just added the new and already popular V.me Visa program to its offerings.

What Obama Re-Election Means for Banks

November 7, 2012

Dodd Frank, CFPB, an Obama second term – all of these dynamics are important to both Wall Street and bankers. Here’s what the election results mean to them.

Update on Banks Extending Waivers for Sandy Victims

November 5, 2012

Many of the banks affected by Hurricane Sandy are at least partly opened for consumers. They all have extended courtesy fee waivers, which means many won’t face credit card payment late fees or NSF charges.

Bank of America Sued Over Mortgage Fraud

October 26, 2012

The lawsuits keep coming. This time, the government is targeting Bank of America and one-time lender Countrywide Financial Services