Forced Arbitration Clauses Must Go, Consumer Groups Tell Feds

Over 100 consumer, civil rights, and labor groups are demanding action on the issue of forced arbitration clauses — the sneaky language commonly buried in financial service contracts to block customers from suing when they are cheated or defrauded by big banks. During the Trump administration, Congress blocked a rule issued by the Consumer Financial […]

Buy Now, Pay Later Plans Grow, So Do Late Fees

Buy Now, Pay Later is sometimes described as credit without the credit card.\It normally does not charge interest but late fees can add up fast and a study finds that late fees are becoming more common.