OWS Splinter Group Sells Out, Offers Debit Card

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Oct. 2 (Bloomberg) –- On today’s “Weird Wall Street,” Adam Johnson, Trish Regan and Matt Miller discuss bizarre stories in business. They speak on Bloomberg Television’s “Street Smart.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Of the wall street -- occupy wall street movement, the offshoot occupy money cooperative is coming out with its own prepaid debit card.

Guess what?

They will have a fee structure including a one dollar per month monthly fee plus $1.95 for any atm withdrawals.

The debit card is supposed to be more than -- the bank has to make money, in other words?


It is part of a larger effort, apparently, the group is trying to create nonprofit inking service co-ops, raising $900,000 to do it.

I think that sounds awesome.

They are doing something.

They are active.

They are becoming a bank.

That is just incredible poetic irony.

With hefty atm fees.

What i wish them well.

I am going to look online and sign up for one of those.

That's the spirit.

All right, are you tired of lame sounds coming from your car?

Want it to sound more like a for

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