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Consumers today pay significantly higher bank fees than they did 10 years ago. That statement might seem obvious to many consumers. But now it’s a matter of statistical record as well, according to a new report, “The Cost of Regulation: The Necessity of Bank Fees,” from Javelin Strategy and Research, a financial institution consulting firm