Demand the Senate Stand with Consumers

A year after millions of fake bank accounts were discovered, Wells Fargo still uses a fine-print trick called a “forced arbitration” to get away with swindling consumers.

This shady practice blocks Ohio consumers from seeking the justice they deserve. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is trying to crack down on Wells Fargo and forced arbitration.

But President Trump’s Acting Comptroller of the Currency — a former Wells Fargo lawyer — is trying to undermine the CFPB and put his former bosses on Wall Street above American consumers. And the Senate could vote to overturn a rule from the CFBP that protects consumers.

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