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Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is now responsible for enforcing consumer protection laws.
August 4, 2011
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) now has the ability to write and enforce 18 consumer protection laws that guide financial products and services. The new regulator has signaled the following issues as priorities:
- Clarity on how credit scores affect lender decisions: Beginning July 21, 2011, lenders are required to disclose the credit score that they used in all risk-based pricing notices and adverse action notices
- Shorter and simpler consumer disclosure forms: One of the first priorities is to make the terms and conditions associated with purchasing a mortgage or applying for a credit card shorter and clearer
- Enforcing the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act: The CFPB will enforce the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and review current debt collector practices
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Source: Experian News 2011
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