New legislation aims to help consumers sue Wells Fargo for secretly opening up to 2 million accounts without customers’ authorization.

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau fined the bank $185 million in September for the deceptive behavior, but the potentially thousands of affected Wells Fargo customers could not sue the bank over the damage caused. Instead, they are bound by mandatory arbitration clauses hidden in the fine print of their customer agreements.

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