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Texas Company Allegedly Duped Consumers with Sham Credit Card
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Submission to the Financial Services and the Treasury Bureau a...

1. The Consumer Council (the Council) would like to submit views to the Financial Services and the Treasury Bureau (FSTB) and the Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) regarding the consultation paper on the enhancements to the Deposit Protection ... Consumer Council, 1 day ago

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CFPB: Less credit on campus

On college campuses, debit cards are on in, while credit cards are out. A new report from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, or CFPB, found a nearly 70 percent decline in the number of agreements colleges have with various financial ...
 Bankrate.com4 days ago Fewer colleges marketing credit cards could signal shift to prepaid cards  The Hill5 days ago CFPB Takes Aim at Prepaid, Debit Cards on College Campuses  Collections&Credit Risk4 days ago US consumer bureau proposes new rules for prepaid cards  Economic Times1 month ago

Sprint facing lawsuit over bogus charges on bills

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is suing wireless carrier Sprint, claiming the company illegally billed customers tens of millions of dollars in unauthorized charges. The suit follows reports the Federal Communications Commission would ...
 USA Today3 days ago Sprint hit with government lawsuit over third-party charges, as FCC's $105M fine looms  Fierce Wireless2 days ago

Phone Companies Have a New Regulator to Worry About

The telecom industry has a new cop on its beat. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau sued Sprint on Wednesday for "cramming" consumers' phone bills with bogus third-party charges. The lawsuit demands that Sprint provide tens of millions of ...
 National Journal3 days ago Consumer Agency Goes After Phone Companies for Bogus Charges  Nextgov.com2 days ago

Feds: 1 in 5 burdened by medical debt

You might start with their unpaid medical bills. A new report by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau finds that nearly 20 percent of Americans -- a whopping 42.9 million consumers -- struggle with medical debt. His agency found that more than ...
 Austin American Statesman4 days ago
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When Obamas credit card was declined at New York restaurant

The 53yearold told the crowd at the federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau that during a UN General Assembly meeting as he had stepped out for a bite at a restaurant his own credit card had been declined
 Hindustan Times2 months ago When US President Barack Obama's credit card was declined!  Jagran Post2 months ago President Obama announces major changes in US Cuba policy sanctions to be eased  Dentons1 day ago New York restaurant declined President Obama's credit card  Business Standard2 months ago
Federal Trade Commission

T-Mobile to Pay At Least $90 Million, Including Full Consumer Refunds To Settle FTC Mobile Cramming Case

Note: A conference call for media with FTC Bureau of Consumer Protection Director Jessica Rich, FCC Enforcement Bureau Director Travis LeBlanc and Vermont Attorney General William Sorrell will occur as follows: Date: Dec. 19, 2014 Time: 1 p.m.
 Federal Trade Commission1 day ago T-Mobile to pay Vermont $1 million to settle cramming charges  VTDigger.org1 day ago T-Mobile to Pay $90 Million to Settle Cramming Allegations  BusinessWeek1 day ago $90 Million: Amount T-Mobile Has Agreed to Pay to Settle Cramming Charges  Tech Times4 hours ago

Sprint Accused of Billing for Unwanted Services

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau said it has sued the third-largest US carrier over billing for unauthorised charges
 NDTV2 days ago Sprint Gets Sued By Federal Regulators for Illegally Billing Customers  TheStreet.com3 days ago

Nevada regulators reject tribal solar plant again

Proponents said they hope the company will try again, while state Bureau of Consumer Protection chief Eric Witkowski called the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada decision a win for consumers because it'll help ensure customers don't overpay. NV ...
 Investor's Business Daily3 days ago Regulators again reject Moapa solar plant; Reid Gardner still set to close this month [Las Vegas Sun]  BusinessWeek3 days ago Nevada regulators again reject tribal solar plant  FOXBusiness.com3 days ago Nevada utility regulators again reject plan for solar plant on Moapa tribal land outside Vegas  FOXBusiness.com3 days ago
Government of Jamaica

Jamaicans Urged to Make Use of Consumer Protection Tribunal

Chief Executive Officer of the Consumer Affairs Commission (CAC), Dolsie Allen, has said that the Consumer Protection Tribunal (CPT) is an effective forum for aggrieved consumers to seek redress. Speaking with JIS News, the CEO pointed out that ...
 Government of Jamaica3 days ago Raise budget for consumer welfare activities: Parliamentary panel  Jagran Post1 week ago
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