Former Bank Employees Speak Out About Unethical Practices

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Earlier this year, former employees of MBNA and Bank of America contacted AFFIL looking for a way to speak out about disturbing sales practices they were trained to use as employees.

According to Americans For Fairness in Lending, "Their stories confirm what we've long suspected:  that credit card companies extend credit to those who can't afford it, and engage in a "tricks and traps" business model designed to max out cardholders and keep them on a debt treadmill as long as possible"

Watch Cate Colombo and Jerry Young warn consumers about tricks and traps used by credit card companies to rope them into more debt.

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