The bureau seeks to weed out one-sided terms and conditions included in contracts that consumers sign when purchasing a product or signing up for a service from a nonbank. House Financial Services Committee Chair Patrick McHenry, R-NC, slammed the proposal.
Wells Fargo and the CFPB are reportedly negotiating over violations in several lines of business at the megabank. Separately, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) is continuing her effort to draw attention to fraudulent instant payments.
Townstone Financial seeks to dismiss redlining lawsuit; CFPB settles with debt collectors and auto lenders; the bureau will hold a virtual town hall to discuss managing and protecting finances during difficult times.