Dear Harry: My bank sent me a notice (four pages of print so small I needed a magnifying glass to read it) that indicated that they will no longer send me photocopies of the front and back of my checks without a monthly charge of $5. There were a bunch of other charges and changes that would probably never affect me. Now that $5 is not a killer of a charge, but if I need a copy of a check my cost will be $11 for each check (why that odd amount is a mystery). It seems that no matter what the government does to control overcharges by banks, they always find ways to come up with new ways to keep ahead of their customers. I remember when banks would send your canceled checks each month at no charge. What can I do to get my statements back to where they were?