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Bank of America said Tuesday it would eliminate insufficient funds fees and cut overdraft fees from $35 to $10 — the latest move by a large bank away from the practice amid years of pressure from critics who say The fees unfairly target vulnerable communities.

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Bank of America plans to eliminate insufficient funds fees in February and reduce overdraft fees to $25 in May. said in a press release.

According to Bank of America, the changes will reduce overdraft revenue by 97% from where they were in 2009.

The bank said it has gradually reduced its overdraft fee practices, including cutting overdraft fees associated with debit card purchases in 2010 and creating a checking account that did not allow customers to overdraft in 2014.

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