Credit card banks, though not hit as hard by the fair-lending issue as their mortgage counterparts, are beginning to face up to it.

Even in the absence of definitive statistics on the availability of card loans in poor or minority communities, bank executives acknowledge that their cardholder rolls are skewed toward people with middle and upper incomes.

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