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CFPB Outlines Protecting Consumer-shared Data

The CFPB seeks to ensure consumers can share their data to third party companies, such as “fintech” firms, banks, and other financial institutions, with the peace of mind that their data is valued and protected.

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Consumer Confidence Doesn’t Reflect Facts

More consumers believe they would get rejected for a mortgage, but recent data shows different. While 41.4 percent of consumers felt like they would be rejected if they were to apply for a mortgage, February data shows that only 13.3 percent of mortgage applications get rejected.

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Credit Default Rates Fall Again in March

Data through March 2014 found that national credit default rates declined for the month, according to the S&P/Experian Consumer Credit Default Indices. All five national indices (composite, first mortgage, second mortgage, bank card, and auto loans) showed a decline for the second consecutive month.

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Consumer Complaints to CFPB Nearly Double in 2013

According to new data offered by the CFPB, complaint volume last year totaled 163,700, an 80 percent increase from the 91,000 recorded complaints in 2012. Including this year, the bureau has received more than 310,000 complaints to date. The leap in volume underscores the challenges that still remain despite the progress made by financial industries in the last few years.

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