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Credit Unions Charge Millions In Overdraft Fees

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An advertisement outside a San Diego County Credit Union branch is seen in this photo taken Nov. 20, 2023. (Photo by Matt Bowler/KPBS)

Despite Good Guy Image, Credit Unions Charge Customers Millions In Overdraft Fees

Not-for-profit credit unions have long billed themselves as community-based alternatives to big commercial banks. Yet, many California credit unions charged customers millions in overdraft fees last year.
Reporter: Scott Rodd, KPBS

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