The CFPB has issued its July 2016 complaint report which highlights complaints about credit cards and complaints from consumers in Washington and the Seattle metro area.  The CFPB began taking credit card complaints on July 21, 2011, the day on which the CFPB officially opened its doors for business.  In its first and second biennial

The CFPB has issued its second biennial report on the credit card market.  In addition to setting forth the CFPB’s general findings about market conditions, the report discusses “areas of concern for consumers,” including deferred interest products, subprime credit cards, and rewards programs.  The areas of concern noted in the report are likely to be

The CFPB has issued its October 2015 complaint report, the fourth in its new series of monthly complaint reports.  The new report highlights credit card complaints and complaints from consumers in the Chicago, Illinois metro area.

General findings include the following:

  • As of October 1, 2015, the CFPB handled approximately 726,000 complaints nationally, including

The CFPB has issued a final rule adopting its proposal to suspend for one year the Truth in Lending Act/Regulation Z requirement for issuers of open-end credit cards to send their credit card agreements to the CFPB quarterly for posting in a public database on the CFPB’s website.  The suspension does not affect the TILA/Reg

The CFPB has issued a proposal to suspend for one year the Truth in Lending Act/
Regulation Z requirement for issuers of open-end credit cards to send their credit card agreements to the CFPB quarterly for posting in a public database on the CFPB’s website.  The suspension would not affect the TILA/Reg Z requirement for