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  • Banks Can, and Often Do, Keep You From Joining Class-Action Lawsuits—What Can Be Done

    Did you know that banks in the U.S. can use clauses buried in fine print to prevent you from bringing disputes over unfair fees to court? But together we can change it, with the help of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Tell them you want the right to participate in class-action lawsuits and hold banks accountable: Read More

  • Mobile Payments: The Good, the Bad, and the Confusing

    Ever use your smartphone to pay for parking or split the dinner bill with a friend? More people are using their phones as a mobile wallet and most mobile transactions work just fine. But with technology constantly evolving the rules that should protect consumers simply haven’t caught up. Read More

  • Who Is Regulating Mobile Payments?

    Every day, Americans use their smartphones to transfer money, pay for goods and services, and make donations. These transactions are collectively referred to as mobile payments. This infographic provides an overview of the many federal agencies that oversee the mobile payments marketplace, including payment processors and products. Read More

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