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- Robert Manning author of "Credit Card Nation" and "Living With Debt," and the founder of the Responsible Debt Relief Institute.
- Nessa Feddis Senior Federal Counsel, American Bankers Association
- Nancy Trejos Washington Post correspondent and author of the book "Hot Broke Messes: How to have your latte and drink it too."
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