Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

  1. When, Why And How To File A Complaint With The ...

    When the employees you interact with at your bank, credit card company, mortgage ...
  2. Do You Really Want to Learn Investing from These ...

    Wall Street has a new campaign to lure Main Street back to the markets by teaching ...
  3. Why Banks Are Scrambling To Hear Your Complaints

    Find out the real reasons why banks are trying to reach angry customers before they ...
  4. Breaking Down The New Foreclosure Avoidance Rules

    Here is an overview of the CFPBs new rules prohibiting mortgage servicers from "dual ...
  5. Loopholes In The Dodd-Frank Act

    Certain aspects of Dodd-Frank should be re-examined for their effectiveness.
  6. Are Private Student Loans The Next Lending Crisis?

    The CFPB is keeping an eye on the student loan market because it believes it uses ...
  1. Where are secured credit cards accepted?

    Repair a damaged credit history or establish one by opening a secured credit card account with a collateral deposit into ...
  2. How can a creditor improve its Average Collection Period?

    Read about some of the ways that a business can improve its accounts receivable management practices to shorten its average ...
  3. What legal action can I take against a debt collector?

    Find out what legal recourse is available to you as a consumer if you are being harassed by a debt collector that has violated ...
  4. Which debts are covered under consumer protection laws?

    Discover what type of consumer debts are protected through a variety of federal regulations, and learn how protections change ...
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