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Consumer Groups Call on CFPB to Provide Easy Access to Complaints Filed Against Companies

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Consumers Union and a bunch of other groups have submitted a letter to the CFPB to ask that consumers have easy access to complaints filed against companies. Get Out of Debt Guy – Twitter, G+, Facebook Washington D.C.- A coalition of consumer, civil rights, good government, and community groups have called on the new federal financial watchdog, the Consumer Financial ... Read More »

    Consumer Groups Make the Case to Not Exempt Debt Settlement Attorney Model From Regulation

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    This letter was sent in by a loyal tipster (send in your tips here), thank you. Get Out of Debt Guy – Twitter, G+, Facebook Oppose the House Offer on H.R. 4173 to Exempt Attorneys Engaged in Unfair, Deceptive or Abusive Consumer Financial Practices June 22, 2010 House-Senate Conferees, H.R. 4173 Washington, DC 20510 Dear Senator or Representative: Americans for ... Read More »

      The Latest Delivery of TASC and USOBA Debt Settlement Horseshit to the FTC.

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      There were some recent interesting meetings over at the Federal Trade Commission. These involved the proposed telemarketing sales rules the Federal Trade Commission is going to put forward. The first meeting was with representatives of The Association of Settlement Companies (TASC) and the United States Bankruptcy Alternatives (USOBA) in attendance. At the June 3, 2010 meetings from TASC were: Andrew ... Read More »

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