Banks that are swapping out branches for enhanced technology could be leaving themselves open to claims of discrimination.
The concern among some industry observers is that low- to moderate-income groups, particularly minorities, potentially lack an appropriate level of access to online and mobile banking products. Whether technology is a sufficient substitute for a brick-and-mortar offices is a complicated issue that evokes passionate responses.
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