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CFPB Targets Debt Collectors

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, created over stiff GOP opposition, is moving to bring debt collectors and the credit-rating industry under federal supervision for the first time. Debt collectors have more complaints lodged against them by consumers than any other industry, said bureau director Richard Cordray. "This oversight would help restore confidence that the federal government is standing beside the American consumer," Cordray said Thursday.
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