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Why does one unelected bureaucrat get to decide credit card fees?

Why does one unelected bureaucrat get to decide credit card fees?

BY THOMAS P. VARTANIAN AND WILLAM M. ISAAC, OPINION CONTRIBUTORS Director Rohit Chopra and his Consumer Financial Protection ...
CBA Responds To Latest Misleading Narrative From CFPB On Competitive Credit Card Marketplace

CBA Responds To Latest Misleading Narrative From CFPB On Competitive Credit Card Marketplace

Consumer Bankers Association (CBA) President and CEO Lindsey Johnson today responded to the latest misleading narrative from the ...
Will Potential New Late Fee Rules Help or Hurt Consumers?

Will Potential New Late Fee Rules Help or Hurt Consumers?

(New York, NY) Credit card late fees have been a hot topic since February when the Consumer Financial ...
Utah would benefit from the Credit Card Competition Act

Utah would benefit from the Credit Card Competition Act

Over 325,000 Utahns get out of bed every day and go to work at retail. Utah retailers pay ...
Supreme Court Should Fire The Rogue Regulators At The CFPB

Supreme Court Should Fire The Rogue Regulators At The CFPB

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) emerged like a mutant monster from the politically radioactive rubble of the ...
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