Tell McDonald’s: Stop cheating employees with fee-laden debit cards

Natalie Gunshannon, a 27-year-old single mom, worked at McDonald’s. But when she picked up her first paycheck, they gave her a JP Morgan Chase Payroll card. The card had a $1.50 fee for ATM withdrawals, a $10 inactivity fee after 90 days, and other transaction fees.

In other words, she has to pay to access her earned salary. When Natalie asked to be paid with a simple check, they refused—and said this was the only way McDonald’s would pay her.
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It’s bad enough that McDonald’s—a multi-billion dollar corporation—pays its employees poverty wages. But paying them with fee-laden debit cards is unconscionable. Join Daily Kos and CREDO by signing our petition, demanding that McDonald’s cease this practice.

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See McDonald's Worker Says She Was Required to Receive Pay on Fee-Laden Debit Card by ABC News, June 17, 2013.

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