War on double commissions good

The fight that the government maintains with the banks and its double commissions does not seem to come to an end, Luis María Linde, current governor of the Bank of Spain, accused most financial institutions of charging excessive commissions when their clients withdrew money in outside entities and promised to end what he considered an abuse. At the moment the banks seem to turn a deaf ear.

Most of the commissions that are applied are usually two euros from the bank issuing the money and another two euros from the bank of origin of the client.

Many have been the banks that have assured that they will put an end to these practices, despite this, unfortunately for their clients, they have not yet done so.