The CFPB is implementing a new rule that will allow certain banks and credit unions to stop sending privacy disclosures via standard mail. Do you understand your bank’s privacy policies?
Even the president gets denied. Here’s what you can learn from his experience.
CFPB fined the bank nearly $3 million for false advertisements of “free” checking accounts.
Millions of Americans are excluded from the banking system due to reports that document their personal finance histories.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has proposed to extend its oversight to auto finance lenders that are not banks.
The Michigan-based bank is paying the price for breaking the CFPB’s new mortgage-servicing rules.
The agencies allege two groups used phony payday loans to access consumer bank accounts.
The bureau is seeking restitution for Corinthian Colleges students allegedly harmed by a predatory lending scheme.
The bureau is warning financial institutions against deceptively marketing interest rate promotions.
The news that an auto finance company distorted consumer credit records for years is a good reminder to check your credit report regularly.