Fundamental changes to the financial regulatory system are critical to protect Americans from the consumer protection failures of recent years.
Everything from restrictions on loan steering, loan broker payments, third party charges, interest rates, and predatory lending.
Consumer protection in the financial world has also been dramatically weakened by federal banking agencies and court interpretations that have permitted banks to ignore state consumer protection laws while replacing those laws with little or no federal protection. NCLC works to improve our federal and state consumer protection systems to defend low income consumers against abuses.
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