Trump's CFPB looks at credit cards and, absurdly, sees 'a positive picture for consumers'

Ely said cardholders may be covered for “attorney fees or court costs associated with civil suits brought against the cardholder as a result of identity fraud,” even though the contract says there’s no coverage for “an act of fraud, deceit, collusion, dishonesty or criminal act by you or any person acting in concert with you.”