Little Protection From Banks

Federal consumer protection for bank customers is weak and almost incestuous, the Senate banking committee has been told. Witnesses targeted the Financial Consumer Agency, a panel that draws 90 percent of its funding from financial institutions and hasn’t issued a decision in 17 months: “The consumer is a stranger to you until he files a complaint.”

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