Consumer Organizations Submit Comments on CFPB’s Proposed Terms and Conditions Registry

NACA joined a group of 65 consumer organizations on a comment to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau about its proposed rule to create a public registry for covered nonbank firms…

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NACA and UC Berkeley Comment on CFPB’s Proposed Terms and Conditions Registry

NACA partnered with the UC Berkeley Center for Consumer Law and Economic Justice to submit comments to the Consumer Financial Protection on its proposed rule to create and maintain a…

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NACA Joins Letter Opposing Bill that Would Weaken CFPB

A coalition of national, state, and local organizations sent a letter to the U.S. House Committee on Financial Services opposing the TABS Act, which would take away the Consumer Financial…

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U.S. House Financial Services Committee Holds Hearing on Future of CFPB

NACA submitted this statement for the record to the U.S. House Committee on Financial Services for the hearing entitled “Consumer Financial Protection Bureau: Ripe for Reform.”  

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NACA in the News: Supreme Court to decide consumer watchdog agency’s funding. What to know about CFPB case.

USA Today, Supreme Court to decide consumer watchdog agency’s funding. What to know about CFPB case. “The National Association of Consumer Advocates argues that changing the agency’s funding source unnecessarily ‘would…

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NACA Joins Consumer Groups’ Comment to CFPB on Auto Lending Data

A coalition of consumer groups, including NACA, submitted a comment to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on the state of the current auto loan data landscape and how it can…

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NACA Denounces Court Ruling Stripping CFPB of Its Funding Source

October 21, 2022 For Immediate Release: NACA Denounces Court Ruling Stripping CFPB of Its Funding Source WASHINGTON, D.C.– This week, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals issued a decision in Community…

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More than 100 Consumer, Labor and Civil Rights Groups Call on CFPB to Take Action on Banking Fraud and Forced Arbitration

September 14, 2022 Washington – Over 100 consumer, civil rights, and labor groups today called on CFPB Director Rohit Chopra to exercise the agency’s authority to limit forced arbitration clauses, which…

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Public Interest Groups Call on CFPB to Renew its Efforts to Curb Forced Arbitration

NACA joined public interest organizations on a letter to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau urging the agency to once again exercise its explicit authority to limit the use of forced…

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