Latest in Consumer Protection Update series focuses on protecting service members.
Rule issued Wednesday requires use of new, simplified disclosure forms in English or Spanish.
Ex-fugitive CEO gets extra month to negotiate before indictments in Taupa Lithuanian case.
The ongoing fight over federal debit interchange regulations entered its newest round Oct. 21 as the Federal Reserve filed its appeal that seeks to reverse a July 31 District Court decision overturning its current rule.
Bulletin summarizes, reiterates existing law.
State joins New York, federal laws that waive requirement for on-screen and physical notice of fees.
A former employee and member of the $18.6 million Wallingford Municipal Federal Credit Union was awarded more than $200,000 after a judge ruled the Wallingford, Conn., cooperative committed theft when it seized the woman’s $13,801 Social Security disability benefit.
Matz in Detroit at AACUC, Fryzel in Boston at AACUL.
Bill signed Thursday by Gov. Andrew Cuomo brings Empire State into conformity with national law.
New York AG investigating practice, consultant says, and group of 16 Senate Dems write CFPB seeking federal probe.