WASHINGTON - A consumer rights organization is calling on the banking industry to revise the signature card form that customers must sign to open an account.

The Center for the Study of Responsive Law, a Ralph Nader enterprise, charged that consumers do not realize that these signature cards are actually contracts, with binding provisions.

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