There is no Federal regulation that would stop a bank from continual assessing account fees as long as these fees were disclosed in advance to your son. The bank should have disclosed its fees to your son either at the time of account opening or at a later date if the fees were initiated or changed after the account was opened. The bank doesn’t have to place a floor on the balance on which they will assess the fees.

No user commented in " My son has a small savings account that was opened a few years ago. When I recently checked the balance it was close to zero. It appears the bank has been assessing fees on the balance bringing it to almost nothing. Can they do that on his account? "

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