Is Your Bank Killing Free Checking?

Wells Fargo stopped offering free checking to new customers in 2010, but if you already had it, they didn't take it away. Now, it's introducing a $7 monthly charge in six (thus far, unidentified) states for customers with those formerly free checking accounts.

Wells Fargo Fined $85 Million Over Subprime Lending

Wells Fargo has agreed to pay $85 million to settle civil charges over subprime lending - the largest ever fine imposed by the Fed in a consumer-enforcement case. Thousands of consumers could be compensated by up to $20,000 each.

Big Banks Get Thumbs Down on Customer Service

If you hate your bank, you aren't alone. In the wake of bank failures and shotgun marriages resulting from the financial crisis, customers are far less satisfied with the service they're receiving from the nation's two biggest banks: Bank of America and JPMorgan Chase.

More banks dropping overdraft fees

The dam is breaking. Just a few days after Bank of America and Chase announced that they're revamping the way they charge for overdrafts, Wells...

Free guide for first time homebuyer's

Wells Fargo is offering up a guide for first time homebuyer's, which comes chock full of information and explanations of the many terms associated...