for matters as minor as changing an Internet password

LQZ

Senior Member
Mandarin
In recent months, customers have increasingly complained about banking fees, including for matters as minor as changing an Internet password. The Wall Street Journal

Dear all,

Could you please explain to me what the bold part means? Thanks.


LQZ
 
  • cycloneviv

    Senior Member
    English - Australia
    The banks charge fees for things. One of those things (matters) is a customer changing his or her Internet password (presumably attached to his or her online banking facility). This is a very minor action, and so the author is implying that it is unreasonable to change a fee for such an action. (I agree!)
     

    LQZ

    Senior Member
    Mandarin
    The banks charge fees for things. One of those things (matters) is a customer changing his or her Internet password (presumably attached to his or her online banking facility). This is a very minor action, and so the author is implying that it is unreasonable to change a fee for such an action. (I agree!)
    Thanks, cycloneviv. I entirely misunderstood it. Now it is crystal clear. :)
     
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