A new study reveals that, when it comes to checking accounts, where you live counts.
The CFPB today released four guides to help financial caregivers understand their responsibilities.
Six federal agencies proposed new standards to assess financial companies’ workforce diversity.
Reporting suspected fraud doesn’t violate privacy laws, federal regulators confirm.
The CFPB’s recent report reveals that more than 50 designations for financial advisers are out there, and many do not require training.
One woman in the U.K. accidentally transferred $40,000 into the wrong checking account over two years.
The CFPB posted a proposal allowing card issuers to charge what they wish before an account is opened.
American Express is facing enforcement action from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. and possibly the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau over the way late fees were assessed on some of its charge cards, according to its annual filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. In addition to credit cards, American Express offers charge cards that
When you’re mad as heck at your credit card issuer, I bet you at least once thought about screaming into the phone …”I’ll see you in court!” I hate to prick your bubble, but it’s probably an empty threat. The Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that consumers who sign credit card agreements with arbitration clauses can’t
A year and half after the passage of Dodd-Frank created the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, it will finally have a director. President Barack Obama today announced he would bypass the Senate through a recess appointment to put former Ohio Attorney General Richard Cordray at the head of the CFPB. Senate Republicans had refused to put