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  • balthazorro balthazorro Oct 26, 2010 1:55 PM Flag

    Why would anyone own this stock???

    The stock was already on its way down from 2004-2008 before the crash. The stock was on its way to the current price. Guess what, it will continue to go down. NO HOPE.

    Take a drive by your local FNB if it hasn't closed. There will be about 5 cars all parked near each other. Those are the employees cars. Once in a while one or two cars will park away from the employees cars. These are the customers. Not many!

    FNB chased my business away when I didn't know enough to not bank with them. I told them if they were going to give me that $30 charge, I would not bank with them. Their $30 was more important than a customer and these fees for everyone are non-negotiable.

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    • I understand your dislike(hatred) of fees.

      I paid my Discover cc with one of multiple bank accounts. Once I selected one of my accounts without any money.

      Discover charged a large fee because of insufficient funds. It didn't stop there. Three days later they tried again to get money from that account and charged me again. Yet a third time, Discover tried to get the funds and charged me a third time.

      I was unaware of all of this until I had seen the fees a week later.

      Needless to say my bank also charged me fees each time discover tried to get the money.

      I got discover to reverse two of their 3 large fees.

      I cancelled discover.

      They called me multiple times trying to understand why a terrific customer cancelled trying to entice me back.

 
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