Under pressure from Senate Banking Committee Chairman Phil Gramm, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency is urging national banks to address the growing number of credit-card-related complaints.

"When we see a trend or conspicuous problem, even before the next regularly scheduled exam, we will be in contact ... with bank management to flag this," said Julie L. Williams, the OCC's chief counsel.

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