Call Congress Now: Help Protect Consumers' Right to Have Their Day in Court!
Speak up and support the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's new rule that shields consumers from forced arbitration!
Congress is already seeking to use
the Congressional Review Act (CRA) to kill the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's (CFPB)
arbitration rule, which just became final on July 10!
We need your voice!
Legislation to tank the new rule has been filed in both the House and Senate. Please call your U.S. House of Representatives member today! The vote in the House could happen as early as Tuesday, July 25.
More about the CFPB's new rule
Arbitration clauses hide in the
fine print of contracts for financial products like credit cards and banking services, allowing companies like
Wells Fargo to avoid accountability for defrauding customers.
The CFPB's new rule restores consumers' right to hold banks and lenders accountable for illegal behavior through class action lawsuits. The rule is not only important in protecting consumers and their ability to join together to seek justice, but it also brings transparency and accountability to big business. Learn more about the new rule
We urge you to stand up for consumers by calling the U.S. Representatives from Georgia and asking them to support the CFPB's arbitration rule and oppose the Congressional Review Act (CRA) legislation and any other attempt to repeal the arbitration rule.
Additionally, you can say:
Class action lawsuits help consumers hold bad actors accountable
Wells Fargo used forced arbitration to hide its fake account scandal
The rule protects servicemembers and veterans from predatory schemes