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Tuesday, October 30, 2018


Andrew Pizor, National Consumer Law Center

Advocates of reputation over regulation for market discipline would also seem to be contradicting themselves by advocating for confidentiality in arbitration and opposing public access to the CFPB's complaint database. In order for reputation to work as a form of market discipline, the public would need better access to all complaints about industry misconduct.

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