WASHINGTON - The American Bankers Association refuted a study released this week that concluded banks could trick customers out of huge amounts of interest if Truth-in-Savings restrictions were lifted.

Nessa Feddis, the ABA's senior federal counsel, disputed the study's basic premise - that Congress plans to repeal the law, which governs how banks calculate and advertise interest rates.

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