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Capital One says it is ditching all consumer overdraft fees, giving up $150 million in annual revenue

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In this article Capital One says it is eliminating all overdraft fees for retail banking customers. It's the largest U.S. bank yet to end the industry practice of charging customers a hefty fee, typically $25 to $35 each instance, for allowing transactions that exceed a customer's balance, according to the McLean, Virginia-based lender.

The move will cost the bank an estimated $150 million in lost revenue per year, according to a company spokesperson. «We will completely eliminate overdraft and

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