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Wells Fargo drops debit card charge idea

Wells Fargo announced it is canceling a proposed monthly fee of $3 for debit card users. The bank, which controls 36% of Twin Cities banking transactions, made the decision after receiving negative customer feedback.
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Wells Fargo announced it is canceling a proposed monthly fee of $3 for debit card users. The bank, which controls 36% of Twin Cities banking transactions, made the decision after receiving negative customer feedback.

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