The CFPB’s fourth biennial report on the credit card market was issued at the end of August.

The Credit Card Accountability Responsibility and Disclosure Act of 2009 (CARD Act) requires the CFPB to perform periodic market reviews.  The CFPB’s first CARD Act report was issued in October 2013, its second report was issued in December

The CFPB released its sixth annual report to Congress on college credit card agreements.  The annual report is mandated by the CARD Act.

The CARD Act requires mandatory reporting to the CFPB by card issuers on agreements with institutions of higher learning or certain affiliated organizations (such as alumni associations).  The information in the report

The CFPB released its annual report on college credit card agreements (the fifth issued by the CFPB), together with a compliance bulletin regarding the obligation of colleges and universities under the CARD Act to publicly disclose their credit card marketing agreements.

Like the CFPB’s 2014 and 2015 annual reports, the new report consolidates the CFPB’s

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

Today, the CFPB entered a consent order that requires subprime credit card company, Continental Finance Company, LLC (“Continental”), to refund an estimated $2.7 million to consumers who were charged alleged illegal credit card fees. The consent order also imposes a civil penalty on Continental in the amount of $250,000.

In the consent order, the CFPB