Senate Subcommittee Meets to Discuss Overdraft Fees

Senate Subcommittee Meets to Discuss Overdraft Fees

The United States Senate Subcommittee on Financial Institutions and Consumer Protection met on Wednesday, May 4 to discuss overdraft fees and their effects on working families. Esteban Camargo reports on the discussion.

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Are Overdraft Fees on the Chopping Block?

Are Overdraft Fees on the Chopping Block?

Overdraft and NSF fees have been in the CFPB’s spotlight of late. Jim Vilker suggests slowing down and considering the ramifications carefully before rushing to respond.

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The Expanded Role of the CFPB in the Biden Administration

The Expanded Role of the CFPB in the Biden Administration

From overdraft policies to Buy Now Pay Later contracts, the CFPB during the Biden administration has taken action against those businesses that CFPB officials say are taking advantage of consumers. David Baumann shares some insights on what the CFPB has been focused on, and how interested parties have responded.

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CFPB to Consumers: Tell Us About ‘Junk Fees’

CFPB to Consumers: Tell Us About ‘Junk Fees’

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is directly appealing to consumers to provide details about so-called “junk fees” they have been charged by financial services providers, reports David Baumann of the Washington Credit Union Daily.

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