Pew's consumer banking project studies the accounts that Americans rely on every day to manage their finances, including checking accounts, prepaid cards, and mobile payments. The initiative builds partnerships with key stakeholders to advocate for effective consumer protections and a level playing field in the financial marketplace.
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Pew studied 44 of the nation’s 50 largest banks, as determined by volume of deposits (six did not provide account information to Pew), and documented their use of best and good practices in the areas of disclosure, overdraft, and dispute resolution. Read More
Washington—The Pew Charitable Trusts released a report today examining mobile remote deposit capture (mRDC), a key feature of mobile banking that is gaining popularity among banks, prepaid card companies, and consumers. Read More
This report examines how financial institutions present mobile remote deposit capture (mRDC) to their customers. Read More