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#2237760 - 06/09/20 03:17 PM Starting charging for paper statements
Jenny Roberts Offline
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I have heard that we can add onto new consumer deposit products that we can charge a fee for paper statements but it is kind of muddled on existing products. If we give consumer customer notice at least 30 days beforehand, can we change our existing products to start charging a fee for paper statements and e-statement be free?
Last edited by John Burnett; 06/09/20 03:34 PM. Reason: Corrected subject
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#2237761 - 06/09/20 03:36 PM Re: Starting charging for paper statements Jenny Roberts
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This has been beat to death in the number of previous threads.

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#2237767 - 06/09/20 04:07 PM Re: Starting charging for paper statements Jenny Roberts
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I know....but I keep getting beat to death over it......thanks!

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#2237801 - 06/09/20 11:33 PM Re: Starting charging for paper statements Jenny Roberts
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Another exhaustive discussion of this topic is here: https://www.bankersonline.com/forum...ing-fee-for-paper-statements#Post2231511
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