Bank Transfer Day
Bank Transfer Day is held on November 5. United States. This event in the first decade of the month November is annual. Help us
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Bank Transfer Day was a consumer activism initiative calling for a voluntary switch from commercial banks to not-for-profit credit unions by November 5, 2011. Debit card fees of $5 a month from the Bank of America are among steps leading to the Bank Transfer Day protest with a November 5 deadline.
November 5th has been declared National Bank Transfer Day—a movement backed by Occupy Wall Street and civil disobedience group Anonymous, calling for disgruntled citizens across the country to cut ties with large financial institutions once and for all and switch to not-for-profit credit unions.
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