The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on Wednesday issued a report on payday lending that was critical of so-called deposit advance loans it said are offered by banks and credit unions.

Although credit union short-term, small-amount payday loan alternatives were not included in the report, the CFPB said it is also researching them and will publish results in an “overdraft study” in the next couple of months.


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