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WHAT IS A FEE SHARK?

Carhinigious Impendium, commonly known as the Fee Shark, is a species of land-based sharks that feed exclusively on ATM fees. They are also the only species of shark that wears khakis.

WHAT TO DO IF YOU ENCOUNTER A FEE SHARK

  • 1 Throw whatever loose change you have in your pockets and run in the opposite direction.
  • 2 If you are unable to run, fight back by aiming for the nose, gills or khakis.
  • 3 Once you are a safe distance away, keep running to Fifth Third Bank, open an account and get access to 50,000 fee-free partner ATMs.*
  • 4 If attacked repeatedly, confirm that you did step 3 correctly.

FEE SHARK FACTS

No matter how many fees it eats, a Fee shark will never be satsified.

Like cockroaches, Fee Sharks can survive nuclear Armageddon.
The biggest recorded Fee shark in history was found in a Las Vegas casino in 1987.

Once facing overpopulation, Fee Shark numbers are dwindling, thanks to Fifth Third's nationwide network of 50,000 fee-free partner ATMs.
Fee Sharks attacks are most common at banks, convenience stores, bars, restaurants, and sports arenas.

Fee Sharks are responsible for more fees than all other shark species COMBINED.
Fifth Third Bank 50,000 Fee-Free Partner ATMs Nationwide. Member FDIC. ATM network is fee-free for Fifth Third Bank customers, when using their debit or prepaid card to withdraw cash.*

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