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AFR Statement: “Monopoly Man” Highlights Equifax, Wells Fargo Use of Forced Arbitration
October 4, 2017 – 1:08 pm
AFR Statement: “Monopoly Man” Highlights Equifax, Wells Fargo Use of Forced Arbitration

Americans for Financial Reform and Public Citizen are defending limits on forced arbitration from congressional attack with a delivery all 100 U.S. Senate offices: a mock “Get-Out-of-Jail-Free” card for the banks inspired by the board game Monopoly. An activist dressed as the billionaire Monopoly Man led the delivery.

AFR Statement: Stop Senate Rush to Roll Back Protection from Forced Arbitration
September 25, 2017 – 5:32 pm

This rush toward a vote in the Senate is a cynical attempt to roll back an important consumer protection before anyone gets straight answers from Equifax and Wells Fargo about the damage they’ve done to the financial lives of millions of Americans.

AFR Statement: Oppose Effort to Roll Back CFPB Rule Banning Forced Arbitration
July 20, 2017 – 12:12 pm

Rolling back CFPB rule banning forced arbitration would be a giveaway to Wells Fargo and predatory lenders. Lawmakers should oppose this cynical effort.