It was reported in the paper this week that the banks have collected records fees from their clients.
Bank customers are reported to have paid $11.3 billion in fees after a 4.2% increase.
Business carried the brunt of the costs increases while household benefited from a slight fall in fees.
The average household now pays $8.94 per week in bank fees.
Being a shareholder in all of the major banks I can assure you that the dividends I have received along with capital growth far outweigh the fees I have paid.
You will not see me bashing banks.
I will be buying more shares in them.