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Endorse AFFIL's Six Principles of Fairness in Lending

Endorse the Principles of Fairness in Lending Abusive lending practices are hurting Americans.  The lending industry continues to encourage and profit from our debt, and our government is not doing enough to stop the abuses and regulate the industry.  We need to raise our voices together and make our outrage heard. Here’s your chance to make your commitment to fair lending official, by endorsing AFFIL’s Principles of Fairness in Lending: Responsibility, Justice, Equality, Information, Accountability and Law/Enforcement.  These Principles were co-authored by our Partners and other leading consumer advocacy groups, and describe the safeguards we need to be safe from the tricks and traps of the lending trade. 

Click on the liknk below to Endorse the Principles now:

“I agree with and endorse the Six Principles of Fairness set forth by Americans for Fairness in Lending. These Principles are the foundation of a safe consumer financial services market. They are central to protecting Americans from abusive and dangerous consumer financial products and services.”


Endorse the Principles of Fairness in Lending Abusive lending practices are hurting Americans.  The lending industry continues to encourage and profit from our debt, and our government is not doing enough to stop the abuses and regulate the industry.  We need to raise our voices together and make our outrage heard. Here’s your chance to make your commitment to fair lending official, by endorsing AFFIL’s Principles of Fairness in Lending: Responsibility, Justice, Equality, Information, Accountability and Law/Enforcement.  These Principles were co-authored by our Partners and other leading consumer advocacy groups, and describe the safeguards we need to be safe from the tricks and traps of the lending trade. 

Click on the liknk below to Endorse the Principles now:

“I agree with and endorse the Six Principles of Fairness set forth by Americans for Fairness in Lending. These Principles are the foundation of a safe consumer financial services market. They are central to protecting Americans from abusive and dangerous consumer financial products and services.”