Published: April 2012

AFR on the CFPB’s proposed definitions

Coalition comments to define the “larger” debt collectors and consumer reporting agencies, who will be subject to regular examinations by the CFPB

Americans for Financial Reform and the coalition offer the following comments on the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s (CFPB) proposed rule defining the “larger” debt collectors and consumer reporting agencies (CRAs) subject to supervision by the CFPB.

Lead Organization

National Consumer Law Center (NCLC)

Other Organizations

Americans for Financial Reform | Consumer Action | Consumer Federation of America | Consumers Union | Demos | Empire Justice Center | The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights | NAACP | National Association of Consumer Advocates (NACA) | National Community Reinvestment Coalition | National Consumer Law Center (on behalf of its low income clients) | National Council of La Raza | National Fair Housing Alliance | Public Citizen | Reinvestment Partners | SEIU | U.S. PIRG | Woodstock Institute

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AFR on the CFPB’s proposed definitions   (AFR_comments_to_CFPB.pdf)

 
 

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