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Volume 25 - Number 01

January 6, 2014

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Consumer Complaints to CFPB Drop Again, With Big Exceptions

Consumer complaints submitted to the CFPB continued moving somewhat erratically on a quarterly basis, generally dropping in the aggregate by 15.0 percent during the fourth quarter, led by a 33.3 percent fall in mortgage gripes, according to a new analysis of bureau data by Inside the CFPB. Also, grievances with consumers’ credit card experiences fell 17.6 percent for the period, followed by credit reports, off 17.5 percent; consumer loans, down 13.1 percent; and bank accounts, which declined by 12.5 percent. (INCLUDES TWO CHARTS)...

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