Like most other Bank of America customers, Fox Business anchor Gerri Willis was stewing on Thursday.
The bank plans to charge customers a $5 monthly fee for using their debit cards starting early next year. The bank said that the fee was the result of new legislation that will change the economics of offering a debit card.
Willis was not having any of it on Thursday. She said nothing had her "more fired up," and hearkened back to the days when companies offered freebies like toasters and air miles that she said showed they actually wanted customers' business.
"Look, I have my limits," she declared. "I'm gonna show Bank of America just what I think of their fees." So how did she retaliate?
She brandished her scissors and cut up her card in protest, contentedly chucking the pieces on the floor.
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