Online Database for Credit Card Customers’ Complaints
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has been collecting people’s complaints about credit card companies, and the bureau is planning to set up a website where the public can view these complaints. An informed consumer is less likely to be gouged and shat on.
Haven’t we had enough yet? Gazillions of dollars in hidden fees, interest rates that double or triple without notice and for “reasons” that are flimsy to non-existent — most of these sleight-of-hand ripoffs would be eliminated through the transparency of an online complaint database.
Cockroaches scurry back into the nearest crack when somebody turns on the lights. And that’s exactly what sleazy bankers will do when their bait-and-switch “Gotcha!” tactics are displayed in front of God and everyone.
Needless to say, banks and credit card companies are trying to block the CFPB from creating this database. They don’t want anyone lifting up that rock and showing the public what those slippery creatures are doing underneath it.
If you would like the CFPB to create this online database of credit card customers‘ complaints, please sign this petition.