1 Nov 2011 By Antony Currie

Like rivals, the bank is scrapping plans to charge customers using debit cards. That may seem a win for consumers. But banks will find other, less transparent ways to make up for $8 bln in lost fees. The upshot of Durbin’s bill: consumers get fleeced by both banks and retailers.

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