35 most outrageous fees


Via Consumerist, here’s a great list of 35 most outrageous fees (and how to avoid them) from Money Magazine. Definitely worth checking out. If you haven’t already read it, be sure to check out our two-step primer on taking advantage of companies that charge these fees. “Fee Free” is a Wesabe rallying call…

2 Responses to “35 most outrageous fees”

  1. adam Says:

    i left a comment on fred wilson’s blog on wesabe….check out http://avc.blogs.com/a_vc/2006/12/2007_the_implic.html#comment-27019559

    what do you think?

  2. Jason Knight Says:


    I read your comment on Fred’s blog earlier today. You are thinking about the same things we think about, and more importantly what our users tell us they want. However, bill pay is something that banks and credit unions are quite good. I know that lowermybills offered bill pay through its service and I believe that Yodlee does as well, so there are places to get bill pay without having the primary relationship with the bank. There is also a startup out there that focuses on helping banks switch users with pre-existing bill pay relationships.

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