While "das Volk" twist themselves into hernia-inducing pretzels of rage over banks raising fees on checking accounts and/or continuing to impose overdraft fees when a customer "overdrafts," the repercussions of Dodd-Frank ensure that such additional fees (or others) are on their way--like it or not.
Banks in the U.S. are on course to lose a projected $6 billion as a result of the Durbin Amendment, part of the 2010 Dodd-Frank financial reforms.
As the financial institutions seek to recoup losses from the fourth quarter, some banks will introduce new fees, products and services.
This would be entirely predictable to anyone with even a gerbil's comprehension of the fact that if you take revenue from one source, a business has to find ways to replace it. Unless, of course, the CFPB eventually determines that ANY fees charged by a bank are "unfair" or "abusive." Then the US government can start running banks as public utilities, which appears to be the result favored by some.