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Volume 25 - Number 21

October 13, 2014

Downloads Available: Trends in Consumer Complaints Filed With CFPB - 4Q11-3Q14

Downloads Available: Consumer Complaints Filed With CFPB by Company - as of 9/30/14

Consumer Complaints Again Fall By Double Digits in Third Quarter

After a rough first quarter in which consumer complaints filed with the CFPB rose by 29.1 percent (mostly because of credit reports), the second and the third quarters have seen double-digit declines, 14.8 percent in 2Q14 and 14.6 percent in 3Q14, according to a new analysis by Inside the CFPB. Of the nine categories of gripes tracked, seven showed declines, all by double digits, with the money transfer sector leading the drop-off, down 28.4 percent from the second quarter. Debt collection criticisms slid 20.5 percent, followed by mortgages (17.6 percent), bank accounts (15.4 percent), student loans (14.5 percent), credit cards (12.1 percent) and credit reports (10.0 percent). The two rough spots were grievances about consumer loans, which were up 28.4 percent [with two exclusive data charts] ...

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