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Most of the Nation’s Biggest Banks Are Using Forced Arbitration to Block Ripped-Off Consumers From Their Day in Court; CFPB Can Act - WASHINGTON – Today, an activist marching band and New York City street performers delivered a petition signed by more than 100,000 consumers to the Citigroup headquarters in New York, calling on the firm to remove terms in their contracts that deny customers their right to a day in court. The petition, which targets the five biggest banks that use forced arbitration clauses – PNC, Wells Fargo, JPMorgan Chase, Citigroup and U.S. Bancorp – came from a broad coalition of national consumer and citizen groups including Other 98%, Public Citizen, Consumer Action, National Association of Consumer Advocates and the National Consumer Law Center.

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