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Data Hints Consumers Not Worried About Looming Recession

All signs might be pointing to a recession on the horizon, but consumers either aren’t getting the memos or they just don’t think it’s going to affect them very much, according to data released yesterday by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. In fact, more consumers think they are …

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Complaints Drop, But Lawsuits Rise in October: WebRecon

Consumers continued to appear to have opposing reactions to their interactions with companies in the accounts receivable management industry in October, with fewer consumers complaining to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, but more consumers filing lawsuits, according to data released yesterday by WebRecon. WebRecon did note that the number of …

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CFPB Analyzes Dispute Trends on Credit Reports

Consumers that live in neighborhoods where the majority of individuals are African-American or Hispanic, or who are delinquent on their payments, or who are younger, or who have lower credit scores are the individuals who are most likely to dispute items on their credit reports, according to an analysis conducted …

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Lawsuits, CFPB Complaints Jump in June: WebRecon

Consumers were in the mood to complain and sue in June, according to data released recently by WebRecon. The number of complaints filed by individuals with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the number of lawsuits alleging violations of the Fair Credit Reporting Act, Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, and …

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