I never bother to scrutinize my monthly bank statements because I monitor my balance daily on "the 'net" and it is always on the nose, but for some reason I looked today and was surprised by a couple of fees I was charged. During the month, I had my balance displayed seven times at non-Wachovia ATMs, mostly to see any indication that my most recent PayPal payments had been processed, and I was charged two dollars each for just requesting my balance. In addition to being charged $2 each for four non-Wachovia ATM withdrawals, I was charged $2 each for four "mini statements". At a Wachovia ATM, after selecting "Inquiry" you can choose, "last ten transactions", "last 10 payments" etc., instead of a simple balance. Even though the slip of paper that these mini-statements are printed on is the same size as the slip they would print just the balance on, they now charge $2 each time they perform this service. Qm I getting screwed, or are these fees now normal for the banking industry?