CFPB complaints from military community up 13%

The 2006 law sought to protect troops from predatory lenders who set up shop near military bases, sometimes charging. Since 2011, service members have filed 74,000 complaints to the CFPB, resulting.

The CFPB has issued its Consumer response annual report that provides an analysis of the approximately 320,200 complaints received by the CFPB between January 1 and December 31, 2017. (In 2016, the CFPB received approximately 291,400 complaints.) The report provides data on the most common types of complaints for each product and the handling of complaints.

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2 MONTHLY COMPLAINT REPORT: MARCH 2017 1. Complaint volume The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is the first federal agency solely focused on consumer financial protection,1 and consumer complaints2 are an integral part of that work. The CFPB helps connect consumers with financial companies to make their voices heard. When

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46 percent of all complaints received from the military community. When reviewing complaints . 2 SERVICEMEMBERS 2015: A YEAR IN REVIEW, SPRING 2016. Complaints received by the CFPB Between January 1, 2015, and December 31, 2015, the CFPB received approximately 271,600. comprise 13 percent.

Back in 2015, the CFPB fourth annual Servicemembers report showed 19,200 complaints from members of the military community, which is 13% more than what was reported in 2014, according to the.

The financial well-being of America’s military community is a critical component of our country’s military readiness. We write to bring to your attention the important work that the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) and its Office of Servicemember Affairs have been doing on behalf of our servicemembers, veterans, and their families.

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In 2018, there were 111,650 complaints related to credit reporting, credit repair services, and other personal consumer reports – 43% of all complaints and over twice as many as the next most category (debt collection). Credit reporting complaints have steadily risen as a percentage of CFPB complaints, shooting up from 13% in 2013 to 43% in 2018.

CFPB’s Office of Servicemember Affairs (OSA) works to help military families overcome unique financial challenges by providing educational resources, monitoring complaints, and working with other agencies to solve problems faced by servicemembers.