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Banks use private databases to deny accounts to risky customers
The New York Times released a report this week detailing how banks use private databases to deny accounts to potentially risky customers. The databases include information on bounced checks, overdrawn accounts and other fees. The report has even prompted the New York State Attorney General to investigate. Jessica Silver-Greenberg, the report’s author, joins NewsNation to discuss her findings.