Fleece Definition And Meaning
During most of my years in banking, I couldn’t understand why so many people would use what we would often call alternative financial services—money stores, check cashiers and payday lenders. However, it does appear that the apex bank and the regulatory agency in charge of the telecoms sector are not willing to stick their necks out for Etisalat again judging by their mute indifference to the lingering crisis involved the embattled telecom company and the banks.
What happens is many times people who become unbanked had a bank account but because of marginal balances, insufficient funds, overdrafts, the banks decided to close their Fleeced by banks account,” said Charlene Crowell, African-American and Latino outreach manager at the Center for Responsible Lending.
A hypothetical example would be that if you were to take out a fixed-rate bond it might cost you 8 percent and the banks were basically saying that if you do this complicated scheme that involves all these auction rate securities and interest rate swaps and a few other things, you can essentially lock in a synthetic fixed rate of 6 percent, which is cheaper than 8 percent, and so you can save some money.
As the debt crisis in Greece intensifies, UK local authority debt audit findings provide a timely reminder that debt problems are by no means isolated to Greece, but a globally systemic problem associated with financialisation and the despotic power of banks.
Complain about an issue and as likely as not your complaint will be dismissed because the arrogant people who run banks believe they can get away with it. JOHANNESBURG – The Competition Commission says it’s confident of its case against 17 banks accused of manipulating the currency because it has evidence that they faked bids to distort supply and demand.