Tell the CFPB: Don’t Cave to Pressure from Big Banks that Ripoff Consumers
Big Banks and corporations have been sneaking fine print into their terms of service (all that legal jargon you’re forced to accept) that prevents ordinary customers from joining together to take these giant corporations to court if they rip us off.
And these rip off clauses pervade the contracts we all sign regularly — from banks and credit cards, to cell phone companies and nursing homes.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has proposed a rule to stop this blatantly unfair and un-American racket, but Wall Street is fighting against the rule that would make it harder for them to evade liability and walk away with literally billions.
Tell the CFPB that We Need This Critical Rule to Protect Consumers from Being Ripped Off by Wall Street
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