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Nearly 500 More Anti-Rule Comments Filed By Consumers

As the deadline to submit comments about the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s proposed debt collection rule inches closer, a new crop of comments have been published that oppose the provisions proposed by the CFPB, more than likely stemming from the efforts of a consumer advocacy group. More than 450 identical …

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Summarizing New Comments From Consumer Groups, Union Over Proposed Rule

A handful of consumer advocacy groups and unions filed their comments criticizing the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s proposed debt collection rule yesterday, and one hand-written note from a consumer illustrated how advocacy groups are raising awareness to get consumers to file comments opposing the proposed rule. The Service Employees International …

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Blog Urges Consumers To Oppose Text Messages From Collectors

A fairly popular mainstream media blog is urging consumers to file comments over the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s proposed debt collection rule, specifically recommending that the comments indicate that consumers don’t want to receive text messages from debt collectors. And, coincidentally enough, a number of new comments were published yesterday …

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Consumers Flood CFPB With Comments Opposing Proposed Rule

More than 3,000 comments opposing the proposed debt collection rule were published yesterday, filed by consumers who voiced their concerns and dislike for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s proposal, while not necessarily getting into specifics and containing some rhetoric that even the director of the CFPB has sought to quash. …

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