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Another debit card rewards program bites the dust. Wells Fargo is eliminating its debit card rewards program for all customers on October 8. The notice will be included in statements Wells Fargo customers receive.

A Wells Fargo spokeswoman says the bank is ending its rewards program in response to recent regulatory changes. In June, the Federal Reserve approved lowering the fee retailers pay banks when a consumer swipes a debit card at the register, from around 44 cents to roughly 24 cents. The banking industry says this will result in a 45% loss in revenue that banks use to provide low-cost accounts to consumers, among other things. This is the latest round of rewards cutbacks at Wells Fargo. By April, debit card rewards were no longer available to new customers.

For consumers, finding a truly rewarding debit card is becoming increasingly difficult. Until this year, most major banks offered rewards programs where consumers could rack up points while using their debit card to shop. But at least three large banks have killed rewards this year: Last month, Chase stopped its rewards program for all customers. In April, SunTrust did the same. And in many cases, consumers have a limited amount of time to redeem their rewards points: At SunTrust, debit card holders have until the end of the year. At Wells Fargo, points can be used up to 60 months after they’re earned. At Chase, however, there’s no official expiration date.

Consumers looking for generous debit-card rewards aren’t entirely out of luck though. Citi still offers rewards as does TD Bank. Though limited in scope, some programs offer rewards in a specific shopping category – consumers can earn airline miles with the US Airways and Alaska Airlines Bank of America debit cards, for example — or for shopping at specific retailers, which could become more popular going forward. This summer, Ally Bank rolled out a new debit card rewards program where consumers who shop at select retailers automatically get money back in their checking account.

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    • Usually you use it at an ATM other than a bank ATM, such as one found in a grocery store or coennvience store. Keep in mind that they are high-interest loans.I tried to use mine at a bank ATM and the teller looked at me like I was stupid, since it wasn’t a debit card You can do it at any other ATMs, though.

    • “further, the managements that were at the ailrines at the time of the BK were, by and large, not the ones who cut those union deals which had been in place for decade”…In part that’s a fact m but the airline managment didn’t have to keep them in place regardless of the ‘past practices’ rule that seems endemic in the ailrines…Obviously that’s much easier said than done…I know you weren’t point the finger per se but I am…The sad fact of the matter is that both sides had to make some tough choice back in the mid eighties and both sides kicked that can down the road…

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New York Markets After Hours

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Yelp posts earnings early, CFO to step down
Deutsche Bank shares fall in broad bank rout
Apollo Education Group to be taken private
Cracking down on college financial-aid cheats
BioCryst shars plunge after disappointing study
Volkswagen's quality-control chief resigns
The link between stress and high cholesterol
Confusion in London as bus explodes on bridge
Struggling LeapFrog bought by VTech


Tesla downward revision is among the biggest

Yellen may say goal is not to slow the economy
Latest sign of a softening U.S. jobs market
Expansion won’t die of old age: S.F. Fed study

12th March 1954:  Lynda Sharp pours water over her sister Margot whilst sharing a bath at their home in Chorley Wood, Buckinghamshire.  (Photo by Fox Photos/Getty Images)  
23 stocks they’re throwing out with the bathwater

Chipotle wants to give you a burrito — how to get it
Chipotle closes up shop for a few hours Monday
VOTE: If not Chipotle, where would you eat?

Chesapeake denies bankruptcy plan as shares dive
What are the 8 strongest S&P energy stocks?

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Dividend stocks that will give you a raise

Venezuela can’t get Saudis to cut oil production
Only place left to invest if ‘Oilmageddon’ hits
Iran sets crude oil export volumes for Europe
Mark Mobius no longer investing in Petrobras


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Republican primary: 3 things to watch
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Americans giving up citizenship at record rate

In the U.S., socialism is no longer such a dirty word
Bill Clinton: Sanders is ‘enemy of all things big’

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Blunders may reveal real flaws in Clinton and Rubio
All those terrible things Hillary Clinton has done

Geithner gets investment aid from J.P. Morgan

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Chinese herdsman finds 17-pound gold nugget


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/quotes/zigman/12633936/realtime 4,284 -79 1.82%
S&P 500
/quotes/zigman/3870025/realtime 1,853 -27 1.42%
GlobalDow
/quotes/zigman/629063/realtime 2,105 -34 1.58%
Gold
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Oil
/quotes/zigman/2260836/delayed 30.09 -0.80 2.59%
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DAX
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CAC 40
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C /quotes/zigman/5065548/composite 37.81 -2.05 -5.14%
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