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As Americans continue to struggle with high credit card rates, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has proposed a rule to help lessen some of their... [Read More]
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A federal judge ruled the U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau overreached when it sued Townstone over remarks made on the mortgage lender's weekly radio show... [Read More]
Summary The Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System's (Board's) Office of Inspector General conducts audits and evaluations of the Board and the Consumer... [Read More]
President Joe Biden's push to curb credit-card late fees means consumers could expect lower prices charged by Apple Inc. and Alphabet Inc.'s Google on their... [Read More]
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The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau wants to cap late fees at $8. Banking groups say the proposal would result in higher costs for consumers. [Read More]
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The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau says its proposals could reduce late fees charged by credit-card providers by as much as $9 billion a year. [Read More]
Under the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau regulation, charges would be capped at $8 per missed payment, a substantial reduction from current fees. [Read More]
The Biden administration is set to propose a rule that would reduce credit card late fees from roughly to $30 to $8, saving consumers up... [Read More]
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The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau aims to reduce excessive credit card late fees by as much as $9 billion per year with a new rule... [Read More]
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