Schneiderman looks into banks' rejection of customers

New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is investigating the practice by some major banks of refusing to allow people to open accounts based upon data from credit-reporting agencies, people briefed on the matter said. State authorities and consumer advocates say the use of credit data to disqualify people from having bank accounts is disproportionately restricting the access of low-income Americans to banking services.

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