A study by the Public Interest Research Group has found a series of what it terms abuses regarding partnerships between colleges and debit card issuers that charge student card holders with fees for everything from simply using the card to make a purchase or accessing an ATM to loading money onto the card, using a PIN or overdrawing an account. The study accuses colleges of profiting from the deals at the expense of the best interests of their students, citing Ohio State's contract ...
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