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Tuesday, February 21, 2012

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loans for small business

The game they play is the same. Create a "Consumer Complaint" format on their website. Then either send it to the offending enterprise for "comment" or explain why they cannot be of assistance notwithstanding the fraud,deceit,abuse,harassmenr
The FTC responds, Sorry we just keep files. The OCC sends it to their "Consumer Assistance Office" dustbin.
Our hope for salvation, the CFPA, responds " So sorry we cannot handle individual problems no matter how egregious.

Consumer Litigation Group

Finally! We get to see some CFPB action where it's most needed: abusive debt collection. I'm looking very forward to the CFPB filling in the holes in the FDCPA and applying sensible regulations.

Stanley B Scheinman

I regret to be the one to burst the bubble but the CFPA has become infected with the same sickness as the host of other Executive Branch agencies who have created a sham face to hid their abject failure to regulate in fulfillment of their oath to protect the public Interest eg OCC,FDIC,OTS,FTC,etc.
The game they play is the same. Create a "Consumer Complaint" format on their website. Then either send it to the offending enterprise for "comment" or explain why they cannot be of assistance notwithstanding the fraud,deceit,abuse,harassmenr
The FTC responds, Sorry we just keep files. The OCC sends it to their "Consumer Assistance Office" dustbin.
Our hope for salvation, the CFPA, responds " So sorry we cannot handle individual problems no matter how egregious. We are to busy with the PR"
Fortunately,local judiciary, many State Attorney General and the Tort Bar have taken up the banner of DUE PROCESS, fairness and justice for the little guy,the indigent,the less educated and the minority
Mr Cordray is despicable.

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