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Wednesday, May 20, 2009

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linda

It's very important that more people read up on these kinds of economic developments and I'm glad that Obama is taking it one step further with the Consumer Financial Protection Agency proposal. To take matters into your own hands, there are free tools out there that help you easily see how your credit card stacks up against the new legislation. Check out http://www.billshrink.com/credit-cards/bill-of-rights/

James, sites like these will hopefully be the precursors of bank comparison sites in the very near future!

Jeff Sovern

An excellent idea, James! I hope someone does it.

James Moore

How much time before someone launches a website that compares and contrasts all the agreements for the 100 best banks? Constantly updated? Seems like an ad-supported model would work there, including referral payments.

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