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  5. Warrant of payment - Wikipedia

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    Warrant of payment. In financial transactions, a warrant is a written order by one person that instructs or authorises another person to pay a specified recipient a specific amount of money or supply goods at a specific date. [1] A warrant may or may not be negotiable and may be a bearer instrument that authorises payment to the warrant holder ...

  6. Most Americans have some credit card debt. A recent GOBankingRates survey found that 30% of Americans have between $1,001 and $5,000 in credit card debt, 15% have $5,001 or mor… business

  7. Credit CARD Act of 2009 - Wikipedia

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    The Act contains a provision that limits the first year annual fee for a credit card to 25% of the credit limit. Credit card issuers are still able to charge certain additional fees, such as "setup fees" or "program fees." The Act also restricts the fees that can be charged for gift cards and other prepaid cards.

  8. Card check - Wikipedia

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    Current and proposed law. The current method for workers to form a union in a particular workplace in the United States is a sign-up, and then an election process. In that, a petition or an authorization card with the signatures of at least 30% of the employees requesting a union is submitted to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), who then verifies and orders a secret ballot election.

  9. Wells Fargo account fraud scandal - Wikipedia

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    The Wells Fargo account fraud scandal is a controversy brought about by the creation of millions of fraudulent savings and checking accounts on behalf of Wells Fargo clients without their consent. News of the fraud became widely known in late 2016 after various regulatory bodies, including the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), fined ...