Public Interest Groups Submit Comment to CFPB in Support of Overdraft Rule

NACA joined a coalition of 144 consumer, civil rights, legal services, and community groups to submit a comment to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau in support of its proposed rule…

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NACA and Law Student Advocates Submit Comments to CFPB on Overdraft Proposal

NACA joined the nationwide Consumer Law Advocates, Students, Scholars (CLASS) Network, the UC Berkeley Center for Consumer Law & Economic Justice, and student consumer justice groups at the University Maryland-Carey…

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NACA and Partners Stress the Need to Rein in Forced Arbitration to Combat Excessive Overdraft Fees

Eight Public Interest organizations, including NACA, submitted a comment to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau in support of its proposed rule on overdraft fees, emphasizing that the rule could only…

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CFPB’s Proposed Rule Will Protect Consumers From Excessive, Unfair Banking Fees

January 17, 2024 For Immediate Release: CFPB’s Proposed Rule Will Protect Consumers From Excessive, Unfair Banking Fees WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau proposed a rule that…

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Predatory Lending: Current Trends and Claim Spotting

Despite well-established laws, predatory lenders continue to make blatantly illegal loans that violate state usury laws. Learn to spot legal claims.

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