Why banks will not charge customers for deposits

Banks make their money from credit card fees, debit cards fees and bank transfer fees.

Charging customers for deposits means that customers will not use the services from this bank (and will pay credit card fees, debit cards fees and bank transfer fees to another bank).

But, if there is an cartel - everything is possible.

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