First Direct follows HSBC by hiking overdraft fees by up to 40% in March

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FIRST Direct has become the latest bank to announce a hike in overdraft fees to 39.9 per cent from March. Earlier this week, parent bank HSBC revealed the new charge for dipping into both arranged and unarranged overdrafts, up from 9.9 per cent for some customers. It follows Nationwide’s announcement in July, hiking overdraft charges […]
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