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disloyalty fee

disloyalty fee
 n.— «Use that bank machine that’s not from your own bank and you’re undoubtedly going to see an immediate service fee plus your own bank dings you another $1.50. That’s what’s known as a disloyalty fee and the banks say it’s justified as they rake in record-breaking profits like the CIBC for example, which reported profits of $2.6 billion for the year.» —“Canadian ATM’s offer quick cash at steep cost” by Jaime Pulfer 680 News (Toronto, Ontario) Dec. 8, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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