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Banks should be terrified of RICO as their credit card robo-signing threatens to surpass a similar mortgage scandal.
Debt collectors are skulking around social media, looking at your pictures of that new speedboat. Unfriend!
The new consumer financial watchdog has done a lot in its first year for the 300 million Americans who now rely on it.