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Consumer rights to expand under government plan against restrictive contract language
Washington Post

Analyst Says Ally Financial Is a Buy, but Is It?

Despite an earnings miss and impending stricter regulations from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, at least one analyst thinks Ally Financial (ALLY - Get Report) could be a good buy. Jefferies analyst John Hecht analyzed four major consumer ... TheStreet.com, 4 hours ago
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Pay day lending is not harmful to low income borrowers

According to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and consumer advocacy groups, payday lenders pose a threat to low income borrowers. But aside from the paternalism (and whiff of classism) inherent in the CFPB's recent regulatory proposal, the ...
 The Hill2 hours ago
The Fiscal Times

The Government Just Did Something Really Smart

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, the best new federal agency in decades (and, yes, I have a ranking order), just did something so simple, so intuitive and yet so rare in modern policymaking. It banned a harmful activity. It didn't force ...
 Yahoo! Finance UK and Ireland1 day ago Why Your Credit Card Company Will Now Think Twice Before Ripping You Off  The Fiscal Times1 hour ago
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Consumers should be able to sue their banks

The consumer protection bureau created out of the rubble of the Wall Street meltdown took a big step Thursday to live up to its name and duty. It proposed rules to restore the rights of customers to band together and file class-action lawsuits ...
 Miami Herald19 hours ago You soon may be able to sue your bank. Watch Wall Street heads explode  Daily Kos23 hours ago

It's About to Get a Lot Easier to Sue Your Credit Card Company

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has proposed new rules that would limit the ability of large financial service companies like banks and credit card issuers to require consumers to give up their rights to sue. Hidden in the fine print of ...
 Yahoo! Finance23 hours ago

Is the CFPB Constitutional?

Is the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) constitutional? A panel of the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals is currently considering the issue after hearing oral argument in PHH Corporation v. CFPB . What happened In November 2014, an ...
 JD Supra21 hours ago

AAJ STATEMENT ON CONSUMER AGENCY'S PROPOSAL TO RESTORE AMERICANS' RIGHTS

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) Announces Proposed Rule Restricting the Abusive Use of Forced Arbitration, Restoring Consumers' Ability to Join Together to Hold Banks Accountable in Court Washington, DC -The following is a statement ...
 Equities.com1 day ago
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Finally, Justice For Consumers Wronged By Banks Is Within Reach

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is on the verge of correcting a fundamental perversion of our justice system and restore to consumers their right to their day in court when they are wronged by a bank or credit card company. A new ...
 Common Dreams21 hours ago
Credit Union Insight

CU perspective part of CFPB arbitration field hearing

The credit union perspective will be a part of Thursday's Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) field hearing on arbitration. Kevin Hammar of Aldridge, Hammar, Wexler & Bradley, P.A. will be testifying on behalf of the Nevada Credit Union ...
 CUNA News Now2 days ago CUNA witness tells CFPB panel CUs are leery of addl regs  CUNA News Now20 hours ago CUNA witness to CFPB panel: Credit unions leery of additional regulations  Credit Union Insight6 hours ago CUNA witness to CFPB panel: CUs leery of addl regs  CUNA News Now17 hours ago
ACQ Magazine

CFPB's Cordray Fires Back Over Ongoing Mortgage Disclosure Concerns

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Richard Cordray reiterated in a recent letter to Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., that lenders are allowed to fix non-numerical clerical errors for up to 60 days after the issuance of a corrected mortgage ...
 Mortgage Servicing News2 days ago Bank Customers Right to Sue Financial Institutions on Verge of Being Restored  AllGov7 hours ago Consumer Agency Moves to Assert Bank Customers Right to Sue  ACQ Magazine1 day ago Rule on arbitration would restore right to sue banks The New York Times  MSN Real Estate1 day ago
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