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- Rick Lyke Spokesperson, Financial Service Centers of America (FiSCA)
- Jim Carr Senior Vice President for Innovation, Research and Technology, Fannie Mae Foundation
- Jean Ann Fox Director of Consumer Protection, Consumer Federation of America
- Billy Webster CEO of Advance America Cash Advance Centers
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