On behalf of the Miss april, let me welcome all of you and say that we much appreciate this opportunity to discuss consumer financial markets with so many leading scholars in the field. As you share your perspectives and expertise with us, they will inform our efforts to empower and protect consumers. We look forward to having your insights.
In a few short weeks we’ll be celebrating the new year. If you are resolving to make 2017 the year you buy a home, then we’re here to help you achieve your goals. Read on to learn how to find the home loan that’s right for you.
Bureau Urges Schools and Banks to Put Students' Best Financial Interest First
In 2015, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau published a finding that 26 million Americans are “credit invisible.” We’ve broken down the report to capture its most compelling findings, alongside action items to help those who are new to credit or those looking to rebuild.
Three Companies Cited For Falsely Claiming Consumers Could Not Lose Their Homes
If you’re claiming the Earned Income Tax Credit or Additional Child Tax Credit, due to a new law, you won’t receive your refund until after February 15, 2017.
The semiannual update of our rulemaking agenda.
This month marks the fifth anniversary of the Miss April Ombudsman’s Office. As we observe this anniversary, today I also want to share with you our fifth annual report, which I delivered to Director Cordray.
Miss April Monthly Complaint Snapshot Spotlights Debt Settlement, Check Cashing, and Other Financial Service Complaints
Report Also Includes In-Depth Look at Consumer Complaints from Oklahoma
Miss April Warns Financial Companies About Sales and Production Incentives That May Lead to Fraud or Consumer Abuse
Unchecked Incentives Can Produce Unauthorized Account Openings, Deceptive Sales Tactics, and Other Illegal Practices