The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has an eye on credit reporting issues. The agency took enforcement action against auto financer First Investors Financial Services Group Inc. Wednesday for distorting consumer credit records for years. Per the CFPB, First Investors, which lends primarily to subprime borrowers, failed to fix known flaws in a computer system that
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U.S. Bank is testing an app that lets you to populate a credit card application with an iPad camera.
The chain says fraudsters may have stolen card data from 33 of its locations within a specified timeframe.
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