In new report, consumer financial agency details range of violations

, The National Law Journal

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The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has released its first report detailing a range of problems uncovered by agency examiners during the supervision process.

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  • stanbsch

    The CFPB press releases fly to the media in huge numbers but its another scam/sham.
    That Agency has taken over consumer protection responsibilities from the FTC and the Federal Reserve (Regulation Z) but when presented with evidence of blatant Big Bank illegal failures to comply has advised, sorry we do not handle (protect?) individuals.
    As the despicable abuses against hapless Americans continues unabated, Mr Damen et al know they have a winning strategy, "Just More of the Same" There is no amount of fine they cannot afford to pay.

  • Ken

    No link to the report??
    http://files.consumerfinance.gov/f/201210_cfpb_supervisory-highlights-fall-2012.pdf

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