The Gringo Banks Are DroolingGeri Smith
Pity Mexico's bank customers. To pay electric bills or credit-card balances, they must wait in long lines that snake out of bank branches onto sidewalks. Bounce a check? That's $75. And if they're lucky enough to be approved for a mortgage or a car loan, it'll cost 30% a year in interest.
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