WASHINGTON -- The Consumer Federation of America charged Tuesday that low interest rates on bank deposits have yanked $3 billion from savers over the last year.

Stephen Brobeck, the federation's executive director, urged bank customers to complain and shift savings to money market funds or government securities.

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