John Clinton Tuttle took his campaign against credit cards to the airwaves on Wednesday.
"What has gone on for the last 30 years has been outrageous and it's surprising to me there isn't more outrage," said Tuttle on MSNBC's Dylan Ratigan Show. "I just felt somebody's gotta do something and I'm gonna take a crack at it."
How's he doing that? By sticking bank-bashing fliers on ATM machines throughout Seattle, and encouraging people across the country to do the same. He's started a group called Credit Card Holders United and launched a website: www.creditcardrevolt.com. Don't miss the YouTube videos.
The Huffington Post first reported Tuttle's sticker campaign on Monday. His goal is "ethical reform" of the credit card industry -- he wants a 15 percent interest rate cap and better disclosure of fees and rates.
WATCH Tuttle on MSNBC:
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