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Why ATM charges prove financial inclusion is out of fashion

The basic account was introduced by banks almost a decade ago after coming under pressure from the Labour government to give financially excluded people access to banking services. It is a no-frills account without overdraft facilities that allows people to have their wages paid into a bank account and to set up direct debits to pay bills.
Read the rest by Faisel Rahman of Fair Finance in The Guardian

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