How to Get Fifth Third Bank Wire Transfer Fee Refunded Hassle-Free
Did you know that the average American pays $13.95 on bank fees? That adds up to $167.40 per year that could be spent on a nice meal, a new bike for a child, a day trip to the biggest aquarium or coolest firefighter museum in the state, or transferred to savings for a rainy day. Fortunately, DoNotPay can help you quickly, easily, and successfully get your Fifth Third Bank wire transfer fee, or any other fee, waived.
For instance, you can turn to DoNotPay if you need help waiving Fifth Third Bank overdraft fees. Today, we're looking at what a wire transfer fee is, how much it usually costs, how you can get it waived yourself, and how DNP can help.
What Is a Wire Transfer Fee?
A wire transfer fee is a fee incurred when sending or receiving money from one account to another almost instantly. Typically, domestic wire transfer fees are between $25 and $30 for outgoing transfers. Incoming domestic wire transfer fees are usually around $15 per transaction. Outgoing international wire transfer fees are usually around $45 to $50.
Fifth Third Bank charges $85 for outgoing international wire transfers in U.S. currency. If you want to save a little money, you can send an international outgoing wire transfer in foreign currency for "only" $50.
Here's a table comparing how much some of the major banks charge for domestic wire transfer fees:
|Fifth Third Bank||$25 outbound - $15 inbound|
|Bank of America||$30 outbound - $15 inbound|
|Truist||$30 outbound - $15 inbound|
|Wells Fargo||$30 outbound - $15 inbound|
|Chase||$25-35 outbound - $15 inbound|
|PNC||$30 outbound - $15 inbound|
How to Get Refunds on Fifth Third Bank Wire Transfer Fees on Your Own
If you want to get your Fifth Third Bank wire transfer fees waived on your own, your best bet is to walk into your nearest branch and ask a customer service representative if the fee can be refunded. If the customer service rep denies your request, you should ask politely to speak to their manager and explain your situation again.
Alternatively, you can use DoNotPay to skip the phone queue while waiting to speak to customer service at the number on the front of your debit card. Finally, you can use DNP to take care of your Fifth Third Bank wire transfer fees for you.
What Types of Bank Fees Can I Get Refunds for With DoNotPay?
DoNotPay can be used to have any bank fee refunded. For instance, irrespective of the bank or credit card in question, it can be used to waive or refund:
- International bank fees
- ATM fees
- Overdraft fees
- Monthly service fees
- Insufficient funds fees
- Stop payment fees
Note, you can make all bank and credit card fees a thing of the past for just $12 per month. That's less than what the average American spends on bank fees monthly, not to mention monthly credit card fees, and you can automate the process quickly and easily.
Get Your Fifth Third Bank Wire Transfer Fees Waived With DoNotPay
Don't let your bank steamroll you with expensive fees because money needs to be transferred in a timely manner. Regardless of the type of bank fee you are being charged, DoNotPay can help you get it waived quickly and successfully.
Even better, you can quickly and easily automate the process! Regardless of the bank fees, you are being charged with, you can set up your DNP account to appeal your bank fees every month without you having to do anything at all. You just have to tell your account in the Background that you want this automatic appeals process to occur monthly.
How to Get Fifth Third Bank Wire Transfer Fees Waived Hassle-Free with DoNotPay
Getting Fifth Third Bank wire transfer fees waived yourself is no quick or easy feat, and it is not always successful. With DoNotPay, you can get your bank fees waived in just four quick and easy steps:
1. Open the DoNotPay Fight Bank Fees product.
2. Enter the name of your bank.
3. Verify the last 4 digits of your bank account.
4. Choose which fees you want to waive, including overdraft, ATM, and transaction fees.
DoNotPay Works Across All Companies With the Click of a Button
DoNotPay isn't just perfect for getting your Fifth Third Bank fees waived. It works for all bank fees for all financial institutions. For instance, you can use DoNotPay to waive:
- Bank of America ATM fees
- Citizens Bank overdraft fees
- Chase Bank overdraft fees
- Fifth Third Bank overdraft fees
- Bank of America overdraft fees
- TD Bank overdraft fees
- PayPal transfer to bank fees
- Wells Fargo checking account overdraft fees
You can also turn to DoNotPay for answers to any banking questions you have, like
- Do banks charge overdraft fees on weekends?
- What are the best banks without overdraft fees?
- Can banks charge overdraft fees on pending transactions?
- What Are the Ways of Disputing Bank Charges?
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