This week, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) issued their long-awaited final rule to limit the use of forced arbitration clauses in the financial marketplace. With Wells Fargo continuing to insist that its defrauded customers be barred from taking them to court for widespread fraud, and with veterans and service members still running up against fine-print clauses that block them from accessing protections granted by federal laws, consumers need this common sense rule more than ever.

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