RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Overdrafting - Poem by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Wringing the life out of people, banks stealing what little
money we get from social security.
A law needed to be passed, making it illegal for banks to
charge such exorbitant overdraft fees, they do that realizing
charges keep adding up.
Bills are paid and accounts become overdrafted and should
not be allowed to be done, especially to the poor who have
nothing much already.
Laws should be made so banks cannot steal from the poor,
that's how they get so much money, just by dollaring the
poor to death and it must stop.
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