Wall Street might finally lose its favorite get-out-of-jail free card, but it’s not giving up without a fight. Take Action
In May, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau proposed a rule that would restrict the abusive use of forced arbitration and restore consumers’ ability to bring class actions when Wall Street engages in widespread wrongdoing. But this long-awaited and widely supported proposal is facing well-financed attacks from powerful corporate interests.
Tell Congress to prioritize consumer rights over corporate interests and support the CFPB’s forced arbitration rule! Take Action
Consumer rights champions in Congress are circulating letters to the CFPB expressing strong support for the forced arbitration rule. Tell your elected officials to join them by signing the letter! Take Action
If Wall Street is not accountable, our financial security is at risk!
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