The latest monthly complaint snapshot from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau focuses on money transfer issues and complaints from Georgia consumers.
Change to Win, a union federation, has asked the CoFPB to investigate wireless carrier T-Mobile for “misleading advertisements and abusive debt collection practices” related to its no-contract cell phone service.
Last month, Politico reported that the recently proposed payday lending regulations by the CFPB had been written in close communication with a consumer advocate non-profit.
Attorneys and law firms are keeping an eye on a case currently working its way through federal court in Georgia. In the case the CFPB used its authority to sue a law firm that filed legal documents in support of a debt collection agency.