100+ organizations filed a comment asking the CFPB to create a rule to restore the right of all Americans to decide to file a case in court rather than be forced into arbitration by big banks and other financial services corporations.
Consumers pay tens and maybe even hundreds of billions of dollars a year in junk fees. Here are highlights of NCLC’s work to bring an end to them.
Joint enforcement action launched against TransUnion for failing to ensure that tenant screening reports were accurate.
Broad Coalition — From Teachers to Housing Advocates to Consumer Groups and Small Business Advocates — React to Supreme Court Oral Arguments
Payday Lenders Arguments Fall Flat at Court; Questions Highlighted How Radical and Baseless the Payday Lenders’ Argument Against CFPB Is And Its Wide-Sweeping Implications for the American Economy
Consumer Bureau Announces Groundbreaking Plan to Protect Americans from the Devastating Effects of Medical Debt
Consumer advocates cheer announcement that the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is proposing a prohibition on the reporting of all medical debts on credit reports.
Advocates Support CFPB Commitment to Closing Accountability Loopholes for Data Brokers Selling Dossiers on Americans in Secret
CFPB to use its rulemaking authority under the Fair Credit Reporting Act to address rampant harm caused by data brokers.