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News Release | CALPIRG | Consumer Protection, Financial Reform

November 5 Is Bank Transfer Day

“The recent attempt to add a debit card fee, and the public outrage that followed, shows that consumers do have the power to influence corporate decisions. Consumer activism will ensure that this trend continues to their benefit.” concluded Jon Fox.

News Release | CALPIRG | Consumer Protection, Financial Reform

Bank of America Joins Others Canceling Monthly Debit Card Fees As Consumers Vote With Feet

Now that consumers are voting with their feet and switching to small banks and credit unions, Bank of America has joined other big banks in canceling the unfair fee.

News Release | CALPIRG | Budget

Privatized Red-Light and Speed Cameras May Put Profit Ahead of Safety

A new research report released today outlines problems with the growing trend among cities to outsource traffic enforcement to red-light and speed camera vendors.

News Release | CALPIRG | Consumer Protection

New Protections for Cell Phone Customers

 Cell phone companies will alert consumers when they approach and then exceed their limits on voice, data or texting. Users will also receive an alert when their phone connects to a cellular system in a foreign country, which incurs pricy roaming fees. 

News Release | CALPIRG Education Fund | Health Care

California's Health Exchange on Track to Lower Costs for Consumers

California’s health insurance exchange has the potential to be a national leader in delivering better value for consumers, according to Making the Grade, a new report by CALPIRG Education Fund. 

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