It Just Got Easier To Sue Your Bank And Credit Card CompanyThe Consumer Financial Protection Bureau issued a new rule Monday that prevents companies from using arbitration clauses to stop consumers from bringing class action lawsuits.
Zeoli Show Log 6.4.15Rich reviews the latest Presidential campaign declarations, the Duggars interview with Megyn Kelly and a lunch lady being fired in Colorado for giving children free lunches. He spoke with Richard Long, the Executive Director of the Pennsylvania's District Attorney Association, Jillian Kay Melchior from National Review, Matt Kittle from watchdog.org, and Philadelphia Daily News Columnist Christine Flowers.
Debt Collection Industry On Notice About Hounding ConsumersConsumer complaints about abusive tactics are prompting the government watchdog to look into new rules and regulations.
1 In 5 Credit Reports Contains Errors
BLOG: Credit Card Refunds Start To Go Out
Sen. Casey Visits Kensington, Urging US To Ease Mortgages For Low-Value PropertiesUS Senator Bob Casey (D-Pa.) is calling for more federal action to help people get mortgages, to stabilize neighborhoods in which property values are low.
American Express to Refund $85 Million for Illegal Practices
Opinion: We Are Better Off Than We Were Four Years AgoTonight, when Vice President Biden and President Obama address the country the question before them is an obvious one: are we better off than we were four years ago? The answer is equally obvious: YES!
3 On Your Side: Government Investigating Costly Bank FeesThe government's new consumer watchdog agency is launching an investigation into costly overdraft fees charged by big banks, and the investigation could result in new rules or even lawsuits if banks are accused of violating consumer laws.