Released: June 06, 2018
States ask CFPB to keep complaints database public
Source: Lydia Beyoud, Bloomberg
Fourteen Democratic state attorneys general are asking the CFPB to keep its consumer complaint database open to the public.
State law enforcers risk losing a valuable tool to help “identify patterns of widespread misconduct,” New York Attorney General Barbara D. Underwood and 13 other state AGs said in a June 4 comment letter to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
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