We gave banks tax dollars to save them from imminent doom.
Banks then slashed our credit limits and raised our rates.
Sure, they’ve got to get rid of some bad credit risks, but wasn’t all that bailout money supposed to keep credit flowing and keep our economy alive?
Here’s a guy who is taking a stand. Click here to read my column on Michael Hickman, a Chicago commodities trader suing Wells Fargo Bank, for cutting his home equity line of credit.