Three months ago, many bank customers were fuming. They didn't like big bank bailouts, and they didn't like the $5 debit card fees that Bank of America and other institutions were rolling out.
Across the country, consumer activists and Occupy Wall Street groups urged customers to dump their old bank and switch to a new one, presumably with fewer fees. Through blogs, billboards and bullhorns, Nov. 5 was officially designated as "Bank Transfer Day."
So what was the result?