Articles Tagged with CFPB


The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), the primary federal regulator charged with enforcing consumer financial protection laws, recently announced a proposed rulemaking that would require the myriad non-banks subject to CFPB authority to disclose various consumer contract provisions that the CFPB deems potentially harmful on a public registry. These provisions include arbitration requirements; waivers of claims a consumer can bring in a legal action; limits on a company’s liability to a consumer; clauses limiting a consumer’s ability to bring legal actions by dictating the time frame, form, or venue for legal action; limits on the consumer’s ability to voice complaints or post reviews; and other waivers of consumer rights and legal protections.

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