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Security and tech issues may be why banks stop sending customers’ data to sites like Mint.
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RushCard customers who saw their finances thrown into chaos by a glitch at the company may soon get some compensation from the company.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is finally getting involved in a RushCard debacle that’s left many of its customers without money for more than a week.
Recent problems at prepaid debit card company RushCard show that while banking fees can cost you, there’s also a price to be paid for not having a bank account.
What started as a technical glitch turned into a crisis as many customers couldn’t get access to direct-deposited funds on the company’s prepaid debit cards.
The youngest bank customers, tentatively titled “Generation Z,” are more into mobile banking and less into traditional checking than older, wiser millennials.
The CFPB begins the process of crafting a rule that would force banks to let consumers join class-action lawsuits instead of going to arbitration alone.