Ask your members of Congress to vote yes on Senate Bill 3571 to ensure everyone can access their stimulus money now!

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Approximately 55 million Americans do not have bank accounts. Without digital access to an account, many of the people who will receive stimulus or unemployment checks will be unable to access all these funds. Check cashing vendors typically charge steep fees to cash checks, leaving consumers with less than the full amount provided by the government.

The “Banking For All Act” would let consumers set up "FedAccounts" at local banks and post offices. Account holders would receive debit cards, online account access, automatic bill pay, mobile banking and ATM access at post offices. FedAccounts would not be subject to fees or minimum or maximum balances and would be managed by the Federal Reserve.

At a time when people many states have mandatory lockdowns and people are being encouraged to practice “social distancing”, it is critical for consumers to have access to digital accounts to access these funds. This is even more critical for patients with chronic diseases, such as kidney disease, since they often have weakened immune systems.

Please contact your federal lawmakers and ask them to support this important legislation NOW!

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Please vote YES on S.3571, The Banking for All Act, to ensure everyone can access their stimulus money now!

Dear [Decision Maker],

As your constituent and as someone who cares about the ability of everyone to be able to access their stimulus and unemployment funds, I am asking you to support and swiftly pass S. 3571, The Banking for All Act.

This important piece of legislation would let consumers set up "FedAccounts" at local banks and post offices. Account holders would receive debit cards, online account access, automatic bill pay, mobile banking and ATM access at post offices. FedAccounts would not be subject to fees or minimum or maximum balances and would be managed by the Federal Reserve.

At a time when people many states have mandatory lockdowns and people are being encouraged to practice "social distancing", it is critical for consumers to have access to digital accounts to access these funds. This is even more critical for patients with chronic diseases, such as kidney disease, since they are already immunocompromised.

Sincerely,
[Your Name]
[Your Address]
[City, State ZIP]