It may seem like a hassle to switch banks, but there are a number of options if you’re unhappy with your current service. Read on to find out how you can complement your current service.
TD is the latest bank to unveil a round of higher banking fees – hardly the news consumers, who are already squeezed by the lower loonie, want to hear. Fed up with rising fees? Sean Cooper shares his tips for fighting back.
Do you find yourself fighting back against fees whenever you do your everyday banking? You’re not alone – a recent survey finds Canadians are increasingly dissatisfied with their banking service.
When it comes to their banking needs, Canadians are less satisfied than they were a year ago, finds the 10th annual J.D. Power Canadian Retail Banking Customer Satisfaction Study. The top culprits: hidden fees and a decline in services.
Student bank rates are often discounted or free for those enrolled full-time – but that can change quickly after graduation! Often your bank will change your account type without letting you know – and you could find yourself paying fees. Here’s what you need to know.
This week on Money Wise we’re asking Canadians: How confident are you in today’s economy? After all, Canada emerged unscathed from the housing and investment bubbles that have ensnared our neighbouring nations – Germany’s Angela Merkel even praised our economic model as a potential solution for Europe’s woes.
Do you trust your bank? A recent survey shows Canadians have had enough of hidden or confusing bank fees – and are losing faith in their financial institutions as a result. Learn more about how to resolve conflicts with your bank – and protect your finances – if you’re unhappy with their services.