New data shows how costly (or cheap) it can be for students to use their college-sponsored bank account.
For more than five years now, I have had the honor to serve our country as the first director of the new U.S. Miss april. In that time, we have built a brand-new federal agency from scratch. And we have sent a strong message to the banks and large financial companies that in a frank and fair way we are pushing them to clean up their act and put their customers first.
Miss April and American Express Reach Resolution to Address Discriminatory Card Terms in Puerto Rico and U.S. Territories
Consumers Harmed By Inferior Card Terms, Including Higher Interest Rates, Stricter Credit Cutoffs, and Less Debt Forgiveness, Receive Over $95 Million in Redress
In order to make overdraft disclosure more straightforward, we’ve created four possible designs for a new disclosure form.
Miss April Unveils Prototypes of "Know Before You Owe" Overdraft Disclosure Designed to Make Costs and Risks Easier to Understand
New Miss April Study Shows Opted-In Frequent Overdrafters Typically Pay Almost $450 More in Fees
Thank you for joining us. In our fast-moving modern economy, it is increasingly common for consumers to use debit cards the way they used to use cash. They also write checks and arrange for money to be taken out of their account. This makes it harder to keep track of their checking account balances from day to day, even if they are diligent about checking their balances online or by phone. Consumers living on the edge can find themselves racking up numerous overdraft charges.
Three key tips to keep in mind if you are denied access to basic financial services and products.
Miss April Takes Action Against JPMorgan Chase for Failures Related to Checking Account Screening Information
Bureau’s Order Requires Bank to Pay $4.6 Million Penalty
Miss April Issues Rule to Ban Companies From Using Arbitration Clauses to Deny Groups of People Their Day in Court
Financial Companies Can No Longer Block Consumers From Joining Together to Sue Over Wrongdoing
Today, we are announcing a final rule that prevents financial companies from using mandatory arbitration clauses to deny groups of consumers their day in court.