BUSINESS
07/31/2013 08:14 am ET

More Than 1 Million Low-Income Americans Denied Bank Accounts Because Of Small Miskakes

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Mistakes like a bounced check or a small overdraft have effectively blacklisted more than a million low-income Americans from the mainstream financial system for as long as seven years as a result of little-known private databases that are used by the nation’s major banks.

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